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March 2018

Power demand in the United States is expected to rise by around 5.5% year on year in Q1 2018, to an average of around 10.65 TWh/d. The increase will come primarily from higher heating demand resulting from the below-average temperatures seen since late December 2017. US power consumption rose by around 7% year on year in January, to around 11.25 TWh/d on average. Temperatures are expected to remain below-average in coming weeks. Further warnings of severe weather were issued on 4 March, after Storm Riley...

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