Fox News reports:
Texans scared of summer power outages are rushing to purchase generators. According to a report from Fox 7, local hardware shops and manufacturers alike are seeing an exponential increase in demand for the machines.
The Houston Chronicle reported earlier this week that electricians say there is a backlog of customers waiting to have them installed.
This comes as the state’s grid manager, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), has urged residents to conserve energy amid sweltering heat and the beginning of hurricane season.
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