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Jan 20, 2023

[Answer] What is the only contiguous state with its own power grid?

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...1. Maine 2. Texas 3. California 4. Michigan




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Texas - Texas is known for its independence streak. Not only was the state once its own independent country, but it also operates on its own power grid. The Lower 48 is home to just three power grids: the Western Interconnection, the Eastern Interconnection, and ERCOT (the Electric Reliability Council of Texas). Why does Texas have its own grid? As the second largest state in the country (only Alaska is larger), the state certainly has a lot to power. But ERCOT stemmed from a number of separate electric utilities that began to link together in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, forming the Texas Interconnected System. When President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Federal Power Act in 1935, TIS remained independent in order to avoid federal regulation. ERCOT was later formed in 1970 to bring the system up to federal standards. :


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