BRYAN MADE A FEW BUCKS ON ENERGY

On Thurs­day, Brian Car­lin, the Util­i­ties Direc­tor at Bryan Munic­i­pal Util­i­ties, told Board of Pub­lic Affairs mem­bers the recent win­ter storm actu­ally made some money for the city util­ity.

Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, the city’s elec­tric usage was expected to be higher than usual because of the extreme cold.

But, because so many busi­nesses and indus­tries were shut down Mon­day and Tues­day, the extra power gen­er­ated by the city was able to be sold on the open mar­ket — where prices are cur­rently very high.

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