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Texas’ power grid operator is projecting record-breaking demand this week as temperatures rise to 100°F.  ERCOT assures customers that despite high demand, ample supply is available.  Temperature averages in the area, this time of year typically increase from 88°F to 93°F.  Dealing with hot weather is not rare for Texas or unique to ERCOT but what drastic measures can be taken to meet drastic times?

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