The Texas Tribune reports:
Texans no longer need to cut back on their electricity use to avoid stressing the electrical grid, according to the current grid conditions on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas website.
Consumers may return to normal usage of electricity after a week that stressed the grid — and Texans’ anxieties.
For five days, ERCOT warned that the supply of power was running low as Texans increased their demand for electricity in hotter weather, and asked the public to reduce electricity use.
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