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Again, we conclude that the demand growth was expected.
Slower growth in the early 90s helped keep demand growth lower than expected.
After looking into this further, we conclude that the root cause of the power crisis was a supply/demand imbalance caused by little new generation between 1994 and 1997. There are many reasons for little new generation, but the main one seems to be uncertainty about the restructured power market.
Looking in more detail, how accurate was the CEC forecast?
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