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Texas regulators want to prepare the state’s electricity grid for extreme weather. But that’s a moving target in a warming world.

The state plans to use past weather data to craft rules for power plant upgrades. Scientists warn that the accelerating effects of climate change make relying on old data alone insufficient.

Executive director and Vice President of DMA Properties Sergio Amaya clears the walkways outside of the Rebekah Baines Johns…

Will regulators prepare the grid for climate change? 

Grid fix already running behind schedule

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