Electric noncoincident summer peak load for the U.S. NERC region TRE 1990-2015

Electric noncoincident summer peak load in the U.S. for the TRE region from 1990 to 2015 (in 1,000 megawatts)

by T. Wang, last edited Oct 26, 2017
Electric noncoincident summer peak load for the U.S. NERC region TRE 1990-2015 The graph represents the electric noncoincident summer peak load for the Texas Regional Entity (TRE) between 1990 and 2015. According to the source, TRE was renamed from ERCOT in 2007. In 2015, this region had a summer peak load almost 70 gigawatts. The summer peak period is June through September.
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Electric noncoincident summer peak load in the U.S. for the TRE region from 1990 to 2015 (in 1,000 megawatts)

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