Watchman:”Texas Remember 3 Years After Tragic 2021’s Uri Storm Blackout”

Please Help Donate GiveSendGo https://www.givesendgo.com/wwwHNewsWire HNewsWire: By Maryon Suzuki, LadyBugEnergy Texas remember 3 years after tragic 2021’s Uri storm blackout On a day like today but three years ago, in the middle of February 2021, Texas was caught in one of the strongest and most comprehensive cold storms in its history. The entire state was covered in snow and rolling electrical outages complicated the situation. If that wasn’t enough, electricity began to fail more and more until a vast majority of the population was without the essential services. A survey by the University of Houston revealed that 69% of the state’s residents experienced power loss, while about 49% faced disruptions in water service. The traumatic event left an official death toll of 246, although there are versions that the deaths were many more. Large numbers of lives were seriously affected…

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Update:Texas Group ERCOT Has Come To Rely on Conservation Alerts as a Normal Operating Procedure Rather Than an Exceptional Emergency Measure. The Problem Is Not the Weather but the System Design Itself, Which Has Insufficient Capacity to Match Load Growth

Texas Factories Dial Back Power Usage To Balance Strained Grid HNewsWire: Update, Some of the country’s most powerful political authorities neglected to allocate funds appropriately, resulting in the recent outages of the electric system. There are certain people who need to be held accountable, and I believe the next election will bring about significant alterations as a result of the ongoing grid crisis. For the second time this week, Texas’ power grid operator took emergency action and asked customers to conserve power Wednesday afternoon to avoid rolling blackouts as a heatwave strained power supplies. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) sent customers notices three hours before 1400 local time to reduce power instead of the 18-hour notice for Monday. ERCOT blamed Wednesday’s conservation appeal on record high electric demand and the lack of wind and solar power as a…

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Update: 90 Million Americans Brace For Winter Storm; Is Texas Ready This Time?

Top Areas by OutagesTexas 69,799Arkansas 24,301California 10,149Indiana 7,108Oklahoma 4,047Last Updated2/3/2022, 07:59:30 AM Source: poweroutage Earth’s Temperature Saw A Sharp Drop In January, As Did Solar Activity — Global Cooling Is Here, Undeniable, And Set To Intensify The UAH temperate dataset is maintained by former NASA scientist Dr Roy Spencer and his University of Alabama in Huntsville colleague, climate scientist Dr John Christy. Since 1979, NOAA satellites have been carrying instruments which measure the natural microwave thermal emissions from oxygen in the atmosphere. The intensity of the signals these microwave radiometers measure at different microwave frequencies is directly proportional to the temperature of different, deep layers of the atmosphere. Every month, Dr Spencer and Dr Christy update global temperature datasets that represent the piecing together of the temperature data from a total of fifteen instruments flying on different satellites, know colloquially…

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People in Texas Have Learned the Hard Way, Those in Authority Lie,

Someone Should to Go to Jail, People Have Died Because of Some Unaccountable, Unelected Morons, and the Buck Should Stop at Abbott’s Desk, Abbott Should STEP DOWN!… Here are the key takeaways from rolling blackouts in Texas: Oncor Electric Delivery Warns Of Additional Outages  Fuel Shortages Develop In Western Half Of Texas  Power Prices Jump In Austin As Evening Sets In Gov. Greg Abbott Calls For ERCOT Leadership To Resign  CenterPoint Energy Warns Power Shortages Could Last “Several Days”  Power Grid Crisis Spreads To Mexico 15 States Have Power Outages Due To Extreme Weather Gov. Greg Abbott Requests LNG Exporter Freeport To Limit Gas Intake Gov. Greg Abbott Declares ERCOT Reform  4.423 million Customers In Texas Without Power Bloomberg’s Javier Blas Warns “Blackouts Have Spread Again”  General Motors Idles Arlington Assembly Factory  Oncor Electric Delivery Warns Of “Controlled Outages” Across State Temperatures In Tyler,…

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