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1 in 5 electric vehicle owners in California switched back to gas because charging their cars is a hassle, new research shows

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On 5/6/2021 at 5:15 PM, Jay McKinsey said:

The shit show is Texas' unweatherized natural gas and insufficient import capacity because they are too special for that. Then they called another warning in April. Now there are warnings of more possible blackouts this summer...

California rolling blackouts lasted less than two hours and affected less than 10% of the population. Amidst our huge transition we had a minor shortage under extreme conditions. It has already been fixed. We won't have any rolling blackouts this summer.

"As noted earlier, CAISO called two successive 500 MW blocks of controlled load shed on August 14 for a total of one hour and one 500 MW block of controlled load shed on August 15 for 20 minutes."

http://www.caiso.com/Documents/Final-Root-Cause-Analysis-Mid-August-2020-Extreme-Heat-Wave.pdf

I believe that the decrease in California's population might also be a contributor to "demand management" to avoid load shedding during times of grid stress.

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4 hours ago, turbguy said:

I believe that the decrease in California's population might also be a contributor to "demand management" to avoid load shedding during times of grid stress.

We sent those 182K people to Texas to over stress their grid. 

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18 hours ago, ronwagn said:

They think they are Woke, but are really under mass hypnosis. Maybe waking up to reality soon though. 

Or all staring in the Walking Dead as extras….

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