Texas is headed into a heatwave and the Lone Star State is bracing because they are about to bear the brunt of another Joe Biden-induced crisis.
As temperatures in Amarillo, Texas hit 101 degrees the Electric Reliability Council of Texas warned residents that they need to set their thermostats to 78 degrees in the afternoon to conserve energy and prevent brownouts.
Temperatures from Atlanta to Philadelphia are expected to hit 90 degrees or above and electric grid operators are crossing their fingers hoping that the infrastructure holds.
As areas of the Carolinas are about to experience temperatures in the triple digits operators are worried that the grid won’t hold because of Joe Biden’s policies.
Under the Biden administration coal plants are being shut down and nuclear power plants are not being developed. Instead, Biden wants to rely on solar and wind energy that does not produce electricity 24/7.
“I am concerned about it,” MISO Chief Executive John Bear told the Wall Street Journal in a report Sunday. “As we move forward, we need to know that when you put a solar panel or a wind turbine up, it’s not the same as a thermal resource.”
One of the biggest problems is Joe is shutting down coal plants faster than green energy plants can take their place leading to a production deficit.
It’s going to be really interesting when the summertime comes and gas is $6 a gallon and fancy liberal types can’t charge their electric vehicles because the power grid has failed.
California has already admitted that there will be blackouts during the summer months as the state tries to shift to clean energy admitting that they don’t have enough solar plants to cover the hot summer evenings.
It’s getting really hard out there folks, it’s hitting all of us, make sure you are stocking up on food, have a generator, start preparing for the winter, and save where you can. If you have extra when things get rough, share with a neighbor in need because there are going to be a lot of them.
We still have 2 1/2 more years of Joe Biden to get through and if the last year is any indication it’s going to get rough.
May 19, 2022