The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), which manages the flow of electric power to nearly 24 million customers in the Lone Star State, announced on November 2 that, based on new data, the region expects to have sufficient electricity to meet expected peak demands this winter, as well as this spring.
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