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Texas freezes in the grip of very unaccustomed sub-zero temperatures, accompanied by widespread electricity black-outs as the power grid effectively collapses due to inadequate supply.

Wind turbines are frozen stiff, solar panels snowed over, natural gas coal and nuclear generation are maxed out but nowhere near making up the loss of renewables.

Oh, and the planners didn't plan for unusual but not unprecedented severe winter weather.

Doesn't that sound a bit like the UK?


Sounds like just the same green energy planning mindset as in the UK.

Makes you think . . .   will we be next?

Here is another report from Texas, this time from Del Bigtree of the Highwire:


Is Del finally becoming a (gasp!) "Conspiracy Theorist"?

And Finally . . .
The AIER publish a thoughtful piece that analyses the contribution that Covid restrictions may have played in keeping festering power plant problems off the radar during 2020. Sounds like a theory too far?