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Electric Cars Are Being Targeted For Overloading Texas’ Electric Grid During Energy Crisis

By Michael Robison

Tesla asked owners in Texas not to charge their cars during a heat wave to help avoid blackouts and overloading the state’s failing power grid.

The alert comes as the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) called on residents to conserve energy … [asking them] to refrain from using electricity from appliances and more to stop the grid from being pushed to near-emergency conditions.

In a [recent] interview … with Fox News Digital, energy expert Jonathan Lesser warned that the power crisis in Texas underscores the broader problems with green energy.

“[W]e’re going to have to get used to more blackouts as long as we continue down this green energy path,” Lesser said. “You’re going to either have more blackouts or more requirements to conserve energy.”

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Michael Robison writes for the Gateway Pundit.

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Michael Robison
Michael Robison
Michael Robison writes for the Gateway Pundit. 

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