Another Day, Another Record for Energy Consumption

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/08 4:42 pm
After Monday's record-breaking power usage of 5,035 megawatts seemed set in history, KU reported its consumers surpassed it Tuesday night by using 5,070 megawatts of power.

Monday also marked the first time KU customers used more than 100,000 megawatt hours of energy in a 24-hour period, taking in a total of 102,678 megawatt hours. KU said that landmark was bypassed on Tuesday, with 110,150 megawatt hours consumed.
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