Texas, California Power Grids Avoid Summer Catastrophe

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The operators of the fragile California and Texas power grids weathered the hottest part of the summer without having to implement rotating outages. Even so, the heat's strain was evident, especially in Texas, where gas-fired power filled the void left by low renewable output.

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