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September 1, 2011 9:08 PM

State power officials say new EPA rule could cause "emergency events"

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, operator of the state's major power grid, said in a report Thursday that a new Environmental Protection Agency regulation will reduce generating capacity and put the grid "at increasing risk of emergency events," including rotating power outages.

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