No electricity glut in Texas, official says

Texas electric demand growth has slipped to about 2-21/2%/year, down from 5% of a couple of years ago, says Kent Saathoff, director of technical operations for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).

Ann de Rouffignac
OGJ Online

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