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 Texas High Electricity Demand
Posted: Jul 9 2009, 11:17 AM


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Yesterday, the State of Texas used more electric power than on any other day in history. So today, Texans are being asked to cut back on electrical power usage, especially between the hours of 4-5pm, when demand is at it's peak. It's no wonder that here in Waco and in all other cities around Texas - electric power is in such high demand this summer, because in my memory - the summer of 2009 is off to the hottest start of any in recent memory.

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