U.S. faces a winter of electricity woes: It's all about the grid
Plus, renewables are growing, but the power distribution is inadequate.
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Remember the winter of 2021 in Texas? A cold snap arrived, the electricity grid couldn’t handle it and dozens died.
Well, not much has changed, it seems, with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NE…
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