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A wind farm in Adrian, Texas

Texas Data Center Operators Keep Watch as Weather Tests the Grid

As weather becomes increasingly unpredictable, so do prices in the state’s uniquely deregulated energy market.

In the early afternoon on July 2, energy prices in Texas briefly spiked 25-fold, reaching north of $920 a megawatt-hour before dropping to $30 or $40, Bloomberg reported.

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