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Tennessee Valley residents set a single-day record for electricity use while keeping warm during last week’s arctic cold wave, Tennessee Valley Authority representatives said.
Homes and businesses across TVA’s seven-state region used 703 gigawatt-hours of electricity on Jan. 7, the most ever for a 24-hour, one-day period.
This came one day after TVA had its fourth-highest “energy day” ever — on Jan. 6, with 678 gigawatt-hours.
TVA’s previous record was 701 gigawatt-hours on Jan. 8, 2010.
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