by Bradley Devlin
Daily Caller

Conversations surrounding power outages in Texas that left four million Texans without the ability to heat their homes during an extreme winter storm quickly devolved into discussions about wind power versus fossil fuels.

The biggest lesson we’ve learned about the future of energy in the United States, however, could have nothing to do with wind turbines — perhaps it is about nuclear energy…
Frozen wind turbines and other issues associated with wind power generation caused total wind generation to bottom out at 2% of total installed capacity Monday night, the Texas Public Policy Foundation claimed. “This is a grid where the tail is wagging the dog,” Steve Milloy, former Trump EPA Transition Team Member and Founder of, told the Caller. “This experience should wake politicians up to the fact that political correctness is not a good way to design electricity grids and energy systems,” Milloy added.

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