April 14 — It wasn’t a 100-degree summer scorcher. It wasn’t a freezing winter day. And a hurricane had not barreled through on Tuesday. “Yesterday should have been one of the easiest days of the year to keep the lights on,” said Daniel Cohan, associate professor of environmental engineering at Rice University. “It was nice and mild all throughout Texas.”
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