By Rich Heidorn Jr. WASHINGTON — Federal regulators said Thursday they expect sufficient resources to meet peak electric demand this summer despite coal-fired retirements, a continued drought in the West and modest load growth driven by a rebound in industrial activity. Prices are expected to be moderate, based on forwards.
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