Improving Reliability

Improving Reliability

By building new transmission lines, we’ll take the necessary steps to assure safe, dependable electricity for future generations of Texans.

Incorporating Renewable

Incorporating Renewable

New transmission lines help to bring power from a number of generation sources, from wind and solar to hydro and geothermal.

Giving Back

Giving Back

We believe in donating to charitable causes within the communities we serve. Nothing is more meaningful than the power to make a difference.

Connecting Texas Communities
With Positive Energy

Connecting Texas Communities With Positive Energy

As Texas grows, so does our demand for energy. But to power our growing economy and population – and keep the Lone Star State a great place to live – we need dependable electricity.

As a designated transmission service provider, we construct, own and operate facilities and lines to help deliver energy to homes and businesses. With offices in Austin and Amarillo, our expansive roots help us bring renewable energy and reliability across Texas.

By connecting Texas communities to sustainable energy sources, we can help build an advanced, reliable electric grid that will power the state for years to come. A vibrant and prosperous future lies ahead of us.

In The News

Finding The Right Transmission Solution For Houston

Houston and the surrounding metropolitan area is one of the largest load centers in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) system. To meet demand, it relies on electricity generated in Houston and, in peak load conditions, power imports…

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Brighter Future: Cross Texas Transmission Is Working To Increase The Renewable Energy Supply

The need for energy is expanding quickly in Texas. Development of a more robust electric grid will ensure reliable power.

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EDF Renewable Energy Expands Wind Portfolio in Texas with the Acquisition of Salt Fork Wind Project

EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) today announced the acquisition of the up to 200 megawatt (MW) Salt Fork Wind Project from Cielo Wind Power LP (Cielo). The project is expected to achieve commercial operation by the end of 2016, utilizing ERCOT’s (Electricity Reliability Council of Texas) CREZ (Competitive Renewable Energy Zone) transmission infrastructure owned by Cross Texas Transmission.

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We’re here to answer your questions about energy and new projects that aim to improve reliability of the Texas electric grid.

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Cross Texas Transmission adheres to all guidelines set forth by state regulatory groups.

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