FERC claims Texas power grid is as vulnerable as it was in 2021

A year later: Looking back at Texas' February 2021 winter storm | KXAN Austin


Federal energy regulators are expressing concerns that the Texas electricity grid is no stronger or better than when it nearly collapsed in the February 2021 winter storm, the same storm that battered Oklahoma and left thousands wondering about their own electric suppliers.

A report issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission contended the electricity grid in Texas is as vulnerable as it was during winter storm Uri.

The Texas Public Utility Commission denies it and a spokesman claims, “The report contained inaccuracies and ERCOT has called on the agency to correct the report,” according to the Austin American-Statesman.

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