Republicans are promising a pro-energy agenda. Here are 4 essential topics they should take up.
Just emailed to my state legislator, thank you!
If we really do wind up shutting down 93GW of reliables over the next 7 years, and demand continues to grow (EV subsidies/mandates probably guarantee demand growth), do we reach the point of routine rolling blackouts? We already have them during extreme cold/heat events, but there is obviously a point where this would become something that happens constantly. Do you think 93GW (combined with demand growth) could be enough? Or will it need more reliables coming offline before this becomes routine?