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Texas power prices dive from record high as consumers conserve energy during heat wave

Reuters Friday, 6 September 2019
Spot power prices in Texas for Friday crashed from a record high as consumers responded to requests from the state's grid operator to turn down their air conditioners and take other steps to save energy during a brutal heat wave.
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