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In a state where White Christmases are rare, many Texans saw their second Christmas Day snow in recent years as a strong cold front brought both winter chill and high winds.  The high winds helped Texas set a new record for wind energy production as the state’s wind turbines were outputting 8,638 MW of power at 3:11 p.m. on Dec. 25.  This amounted to just over a quarter of total Texas electricity production at the time, and bested the previous wind energy output record of set on November 10th of this year. 

 

Read More: Texas Sets a New Record for Wind Electricity as Congress Extends Tax Credits

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