Why a Green New Deal Would Build Energy Resilience to Winter Storms

Why a Green New Deal Would Build Energy Resilience to Winter Storms

Why a Green New Deal Would Build Energy Resilience to Winter Storms

02/16/21

“Why would a green new deal build energy resilience to winter storms?”

If you are reading the news right now, you’ve probably heard about winter storms battering Texas, shutting off power. Much of this is due to Texas’s outdated energy infrastructure that was not built to handle such events in conjunction with their isolated, deregulated grid. If a Green New Deal is to play out, then Texas’s grid would receive much-needed upgrades and be connected with the rest of the United States, allowing for greater resilience to these events. This is Why a Green New Deal Would Build Energy Resilience to Winter Storms.

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