California’s wild hourly swings in mandated renewable power generation have wrecked the economics of generating reliable electricity in other Western states.
Correcting the record is important since assigning the wrong reasons for Texas’s electric blackouts will lead to the wrong solutions.
No outage would have occurred if a fraction of the total Texas wind capacity had instead been a combination of properly winterized natural gas turbines and nuclear plants.
When demand for energy goes up and 40 percent of the total supply malfunctions, in significant part because solar energy doesn’t work in the dark or when wind turbines are iced stiff, you get blackouts.
Citing climate change for Texas’s current weather or casting the Green New Deal as a realistic response to such weather is completely unscientific and unhelpful.
A rare winter storm has put ordinary Texans in danger — and exposed the corrupt and parasitic nature of the energy industry in oil-rich Texas.
The blackouts, which have left as many as 4 million Texans trapped in the cold, show the numerous chilling consequences of putting too many eggs in the renewable basket.
From New York to California, local opposition is thwarting wind and solar projects seen as essential to transitioning from fossil fuels.
If climate alarmists would stop with their apocalyptic predictions, we could do a lot to mitigate the changing climate and solve our energy problems.
If there was ever a moment that exposed the urban-rural divide and explained the populist sentiments that follow, it was this one.
The Environmental Protection Agency is messing with Texas’s energy, which in turn will mess with everyone’s.
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