“As we head into the fall and winter seasons, ERCOT expects to meet systemwide peak demands in a broad range of operating conditions,” said Director of System Planning Warren Lasher. “Because weather conditions and resource availability vary widely during these months, actual peak demand conditions could fall in the more extreme scenarios we study for this season.”
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