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What can the Texas power crisis tell us about the future of energy markets?

The widespread extreme weather was a proximate cause for the Texas power crisis Image: Unsplash/ Vlad Busuioc

Alex Gilbert

Project Manager, Nuclear Innovation Alliance

Morgan Bazilian

Director, Payne Institute for Public Policy and Professor of Public Policy, Colorado School of Mines

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As the storm hit, electric demand soared and many power plants suffered outages leading to the Texas power crisis Image: United States Department of Energy

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