Ice on electric lines

As Texas begins to recover from mass power outages, CEA’s David Holt looks at the necessity of designing a robust energy system that delivers affordable and reliable service, using the best each form of energy generation has to offer.

In recent years, whether California blackouts last summer, energy shortages in Massachusetts winters, or now disruptions in America’s energy capital in Texas, the need to take politics out of our energy policy to focus on affordability, reliability, environmental stewardship and what’s best for public safety are now more important than ever. That begins with ensuring the availability of a variety of energy choices, including foundational fuel sources like natural gas and the infrastructure necessary to move it when energy is needed most.

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