Texas Has Never Had a Summer Blackout — Here’s Why That May Change
A summer blackout is still unlikely — for now. But that’s changing fast as the intensity and duration of heat waves increase. There are ways we can better prepare.
Yesterday marked the first official day of summer, and the weather forecast already looks like a nightmare.
ERCOT kicked off the season with its first official energy conservation call this week. As I’ve said, it’s still unlikely that Texas will have blackouts this summer.
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