The recent closure of Martin Lake and other coal-fired power plants is one reason the state’s grid operator is concerned that demand for power could outpace supply this summer — or at least come very close to it.
The recent closure of Martin Lake and other coal-fired power plants is one reason the state’s grid operator is concerned that demand for power could outpace supply this summer — or at least come very close to it. Tom Pennington The Texas Tribune
The recent closure of Martin Lake and other coal-fired power plants is one reason the state’s grid operator is concerned that demand for power could outpace supply this summer — or at least come very close to it. Tom Pennington The Texas Tribune

Texas is using a record amount of electricity. Could demand outpace supply?

July 22, 2018 02:19 PM