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January 1, 2022
Once, Texas wasn't the only state on its own electric grid. But after FDR's New Deal, it was the only state that could stay independent with reliable power — usually. Then came 2021's Winter Storm Uri. The Center for Energy Studies' Julie Cohn explained how we got to this point.Read more at the Texas Standard.
February 17, 2021
The state’s unique electrical system worked well for decades — but it wasn’t ready for unexpected cold, writes Center for Energy Studies nonresident scholar and energy historian Julie Cohn.Read more at the Washington Post.