I can't find it now but wasn't there an article just recently about Texas's plans to join grids (western??) My initial reaction is uh-oh!
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My first job was doing electric utility consulting for heavily regulated utilities in the NE and CA.I quickly came to the conclusion none were particularly interested in maintaining their infrastructure.Better put up those subsidized solar panels (and add a few batteries) if you live in a blue state and want reliable power at your home or business.I don't want to see Texas forced to connect to those creaky, antiquated grids either.
Any chance you can give us an update on Casey? Not all of us have access to the inner circle on caseyhaterz. Rumor flying around is that he took some pills or such...
Another day, another betrayal of the public trust. California really is broken.http://www.sacbee.com/opinion/story/2259625.html
If we can all hold out just a little longer, help is coming.
For national security I think the national grid should be broken up, not integrated. Texas shouldn't be the lone hold out. I don't buy the opinion that a "smart grid" will prevent a regional blackout. Breaking a national grid into 10 or 12 sectors still leaves plenty of room for new efficiencies.
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