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The lights are back on in India, just in time for citizens to read dire predictions about how much worse the country’s power crisis may soon become.
Monsoon rains have been well below average so far this year. This means power-hungry northern states are generating less hydroelectric power than usual, even as their demand rises. The lack of rain keeps temperatures high and air conditioners running, while farmers are forced to do more electrically powered agricultural irrigation. Supply is dwindling even as demand swells steadily up.
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