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How the Texas electricity system produced low-cost power but left residents out in the cold

By Theodore J. Kury, Director of Energy Studies, University of Florida
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The Texas electric power market is designed to give energy companies incentive to sell electricity at the lowest possible cost. That focus helps explain why it collapsed during a historic cold wave.

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