The state’s electric grid operator is predicting that Texas will make it through the summer without rolling outages after the system was pushed to the brink last year.
Trip Doggett, CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, told lawmakers Tuesday there should be enough power since forecasters are not anticipating the same extreme temperatures seen during last summer’s record drought.
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