Law360 (March 10, 2021, 3:27 PM EST) — Congress is gearing up to pronounce judgment on energy-related companies in Texas. In mid-February, two severe winter storms swept across parts of the South and the Ohio Valley.
Over 5 million Americans lost power as a result of the winter blitz, with nearly 4.3 million homes and businesses in Texas suffering from intermittent outages.
By Feb. 16, according to Time magazine, a total of “45 gigawatts … were offline, with 28 gigawatts from thermal sources and 18 gigawatts from renewable sources.” The combination of cold weather, rolling blackouts implemented by grid operators to reduce strain on the electrical system, food shortages…
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