The Federal Power Regulatory Fee (FERC) on Thursday issued its long-awaited report on Texas’s winter energy outage. Why did it take so lengthy? Chairman Richard Glick’s foregone conclusion was that renewables have been to not blame irrespective of the proof.
“Right this moment’s report makes it clear the info don’t assist the rhetoric,” Mr Glick stated Thursday. That was a swipe at folks, together with us, who attributed Texas’s weeks-long energy outage throughout February’s arctic freeze partially to the state’s heavy reliance on unreliable wind. Wind generators froze throughout the state, forcing fuel mills to run all out earlier than many additionally failed.