The Electric Reliability Council of Texas published a partial list of electric generating units that experienced a forced outage at some time during Feb. 1-4, which caused ERCOT to mandate rolling blackouts across large portions of Texas.

ERCOT said the list represents units whose owners or operators have granted permission for ERCOT to disclose their names. ERCOT said the list remains preliminary and may be updated.

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