Utility officials in Texas say a booming population and extreme heat waves may put the state’s power grid to the test this summer.
Leaders say this summer the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ECROT) may rely heavily on renewable resources to get by.
If those renewable resources aren’t enough, Texans could be dealing with potential brownouts during some of the hottest periods of the summer.
Edited by Alberto Arellano and Joseph Hammond
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