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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.

Credit: Tom Pennington/Via The Texas Tribune

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From the article: Texas Is Using A Record Amount Of Electricity; Could Demand Outpace Supply?

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.

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