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The outlook for the Texas electricity market in 2013 seems to be improving – if ever so slightly.  Due in large part to a prolonged period of low electricity rates, the state has struggled to incentivize energy producers to build enough power plants to keep up with the state’s growing demand for power.

After a couple of weather related scares in 2011 that tested the stability of the grid, Texas had a relatively stable 2012.  But there still remains a great deal of concern for the future as the state’s reserve margin will shrink to dangerously tight levels. 

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