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PGC - Power Generation Companies and Self Generator Registration

Overview

  • A power generation company (PGC) is a person that generates electricity intended to be sold at wholesale and does not own a transmission or distribution facility in this state (with some exceptions, see PUC Substantive Rule 25.5(23) and 25.5(45)).

  • Who Should File: A person that owns an electric generating facility in Texas and is either a power generation company or a qualifying facility (as defined in PUC Substantive Rule 25.5 (54)) and generates electricity intended to be sold at wholesale, must register as PGC.

  • When to File: 30 days before beginning operations in this state.

Forms

PGC Registration Form

Instructions to the PGC Registration Form

Registered Companies

Registered Companies Alphabetical Numeric Excel Download
Power Generation Companies - Search Alpha Numeric pgc.xls
pgc_facility.xls
pgc.csv
pgc_facility.csv
Self-Generators Alpha Numeric sg.xls sg.csv
Corrections to these lists: Please update your company contact information using the PUC Portal and "Company Contacts" available in PUC Applications.

Rules - Statutes - Orders

Substantive Rule 25.109 - Registration of Power Generation Companies and Self-Generators

Questions and Answers

Policy Questions: James Kelsaw at 512-936-7338 or james.kelsaw@puc.texas.gov

Technical Questions: James Kelsaw at 512-936-7338 or james.kelsaw@puc.texas.gov