After February's freeze and statewide electricity blackout, Texas leaders "dropped the ball on not doing anything on [securing out-of-state electricity] transmission," he said. "Even if we don’t become fully integrated with the national grid," Texas should at least have "more of those ties [which] could make us much more resilient." Read more at NPR's Marketplace.
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