Lack of vision impedes grid progress in Texas
False hope in single solution stands in the way of real grid reliability
Two years have passed since Winter Storm Uri plunged Texas into darkness — yet policymakers are still far from ensuring a reliable grid. There are a multitude of reasons for this. For instance, Texas hasn’t done nearly enough to winterize power plants, gas supply, or homes and buildings.
But the biggest problem may simply be one of vision: policymakers a…
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