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California's Gavin Newsom, now running scared or How to Live in a Cave...Again!

Post by Doka » 11-02-2019 02:19 PM

This is the "Ghost of Christmas Future" ! Vote Democrat and You'll Never Need To Vote Again. :evil:



California's Gavin Newsom, now running scared

Impervious as ever to the impact of centrally planned greenie socialism on the reliability of electricity in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom is running scared.

He's threatening the Hugo Chavez solution to the new-normal of blackouts in his state, which is to say, nationalizing Pacific Gas & Electric. Nationalization? Boy is that a cop-out.

Yet look at how he couches the language so soothingly, according to the Sacramento Bee:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom designated a top aide as his “energy czar” in the wake of Pacific Gas & Electric Company’s prolonged power outages and on Friday suggested the state could take charge of the bankrupt utility.

“The entire system needs to be reimagined,” Newsom said at a press conference.

Ana Matosantos will continue to serve as Newsom’s cabinet secretary while also working as the state’s energy czar, where she will be charged with helping fix the state’s utility problems.

He also sounds like his governor's office is in turmoil. Get a load of this:

During the news conference, Newsom initially indicated Matosantos would step down as cabinet secretary — the second-highest-ranking cabinet member — to take the position, but his office later said he misspoke.

Obviously, he feels he needs this person, who did such a bang-up job on Puerto Rico's finances during its bankruptcy, the impressiveness of that visible in the wake of Hurricane Maria, /sarc.


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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 11-02-2019 09:24 PM

Omg! It looks like a satellite's night pic of North Korea! :shock:

Good luck to all Californians who hope to see Oregon or Washington as possible new homes!

If CA is earthquaked away to slide West into the Pacific. Let us pray Gov. News and his Aunt Nancy P. go down as the only ones still clinging to the *Vasquez Rocks!


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Good luck to all Californians who hope to see Oregon or Washington as possible new homes!

NOOoooo°°°°°****! they need to be quarantined until a vaccine is produced, to keep the rest of the people safe!

Hollywood alone suffers from mass mental illness. (Sorry to those "stuck" there)
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Good luck to all Californians who hope to see Oregon or Washington as possible new homes!

NOOoooo°°°°°****! they need to be quarantined until a vaccine is produced, to keep the rest of the people safe!

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Re: California's Gavin Newsom, now running scared or How to Live in a Cave...Again!

Post by Doka » 11-04-2019 10:46 PM

California running(Not)on 43% plus Renewable Energy, that they Obviously,Do Not Have! So the People Need to go WITH-OUT Power, water? Heat? Refrigeration? Just because the Human Hate-ing " Greenies" are making a pile of American Tax Payer Money , And The People Suffer, Vote Democrat, 'Cause they don't need to suffer alone. YOU TOO CAN JOIN THEM! What do ya mean I can't charge my phone?? :confused:




Was There Another Reason For Electricity Shutdowns In California?


by Tyler Durden
Sat, 11/02/2019 - 22:30


Authored by Richard Trzupek via The Epoch Times,

According to the official, widely reported story, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) shut down substantial portions of its electric transmission system in northern California as a precautionary measure.

Citing high wind speeds they described as “historic,” the utility claims that if they didn’t turn off the grid, wind-caused damage to their infrastructure could start more wildfires in the area.

Perhaps that’s true. Perhaps. This tale presumes that the folks who designed and maintain PG&E’s transmission system are unaware of or ignored the need to design it to withstand severe weather events, and that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) allowed the utility to do so.

Ignorance and incompetence happens, to be sure, but there’s much about this story that doesn’t smell right—and it’s disappointing that most journalists and elected officials are apparently accepting it without question.

Take, for example, this statement from a Fox News story about the Kincade Fires: “A PG&E meteorologist said it’s ‘likely that many trees will fall, branches will break,’ which could damage utility infrastructure and start a fire.”

Did you ever notice how utilities cut wide swaths of trees away when transmission lines pass through forests? There’s a reason for that: When trees fall and branches break the grid can still function.

So, if badly designed and poorly maintained infrastructure is not the reason PG&E cut power to millions of Californians, what might have prompted them to do so? Could it be that PG&E’s heavy reliance on renewable energy means they don’t have the power to send when an “historic” weather event occurs?

Wind Speed Limits

The two most popular forms of renewable energy come with operating limitations. With solar power the constraint is obvious: the availability of sunlight. One does not generate solar power at night and energy generation drops off with increasing degrees of cloud cover during the day.

The main operating constraint of wind power is, of course, wind speed. At the low end of the scale, you need about a 6 or 7 mph wind to get a turbine moving. This is called the “cut-in speed.” To generate maximum power, about a 30 mph wind is typically required. But, if the wind speed is too high, the wind turbine will shut down. This is called the “cut-out speed,” and it’s about 55 mph for most modern wind turbines.
By 2018, the state’s renewable portfolio had jumped to 43.8 percent of total generation, with wind and solar now accounting for 17.9 percent of total generation. That’s a lot of power to depend on from inherently unreliable sources.

Thus, it would not be at all surprising to learn that PG&E didn’t stop delivering power out of fear of starting fires, but because it knew it wouldn’t have power to deliver once high winds shut down all those wind turbines.
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Re: California's Gavin Newsom, now running scared or How to Live in a Cave...Again!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 11-05-2019 07:27 AM

Great facts to know! I like those ideas for the reasons for way more than just a brown out. Makes sense Doka, thanks for the link!

One day our full reliance on those weak ways to generate power will leave us all wanting! :idea: :oops:

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