Several reports find Texas electric grid not ready for another winter storm
- Nov 24, 2021 5:16 pm GMT
AUSTIN — Several reports on the reliability of the Texas electric grid, including one by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, found blackouts may still occur in worst case scenarios despite infrastructure improvements. The ERCOT report, released Nov. 19, found that the state’s grid will have sufficient capacity to keep the lights on from December-February, accounting for peak demand and ...
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