Midwest At High Risk For Summer Blackouts

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Midwest At High Risk For Summer Blackouts

Post by Riddick » 06-20-2022 03:31 PM

In the recent past, California and Texas have suffered blackouts due to inadequate electricity supply. This year, as the summer heats up, it is the midwestern states served by the Midcontinent Independent Systems Operator (MISO) that are most likely to see their lights go out.

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Why are blackouts suddenly occurring after many decades of reliable energy? Because the Midwest now lacks enough reliable electricity to cover peak demand due to “green” demands that reliable power plants be shuttered. FULL STORY
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Ya Gotta Love Cullen's Confidence

Post by Riddick » 06-20-2022 03:36 PM

Midwest Independent System Operator (MISO) power grid officials said residents could face rolling blackouts this season, News 9 WAOW reported. MISO has never made a warning like this in the past. Wisconsin Public Service (WPS), however, said it is ready to handle the summer heat.

"It's never come to the point where MISO has ordered us to reduce the amount of electricity that we are delivering," WPS spokesperson Matt Cullen told News 9 WAOW. FULL STORY

Has this guy ever heard of the saying "There's always a first time"??
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