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Exhibit 21

Electricity Forecast 2007-2025 ERCOT Power Region

Exhibit 21 shows the forecasted demand for electricity in Texas from 2007 through 2025 in Megawatt Hours


  • 2007: 313,027,658 megawatt-hours
  • 2008: 319,688,988 megawatt-hours
  • 2009: 325,408,664 megawatt-hours
  • 2010: 332,578,515 megawatt-hours
  • 2011: 340,089,254 megawatt-hours
  • 2012: 347,087,436 megawatt-hours
  • 2013: 354,122,426 megawatt-hours
  • 2014: 361,232,831 megawatt-hours
  • 2015: 369,322,241 megawatt-hours
  • 2016: 377,330,064 megawatt-hours
  • 2017: 384,606,172 megawatt-hours
  • 2018: 391,597,067 megawatt-hours
  • 2019: 398,301,224 megawatt-hours
  • 2020: 404,587,586 megawatt-hours
  • 2021: 411,162,342 megawatt-hours
  • 2022: 417,594,564 megawatt-hours
  • 2023: 423,892,847 megawatt-hours
  • 2024: 430,373,659 megawatt-hours
  • 2025: 436,287,512 megawatt-hours

Source: Electric Reliability Council of Texas

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