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Texas seeks more generators

Somebody out there thinks Texans will be paying more for electricity next year. Since mid-February, the futures price of electricity (yes, that exists, just as with crude oil and natural gas) in the state’s largest electric grid reversed a yearlong decline and started rising. The trend represents the belief among industry players that by 2013-14, Continue reading ?
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