Excellent: “blackouts could become a feature of power systems that replace reliable coal plants with wind turbines in order to meet greenhouse gas targets.”

You gotta like the title of the PJ Tatler post:  “UK electricity CEO: Get used to not having any electricity, suckas!

Quoting UK National Grid CEO Steve Holliday, “The government-regulated utility will be able to decide when and where power should be delivered, to ensure that it meets the highest social purpose” writer Bryan Preston poses this, “And how are citizens going to feel when their power is artificially off because they’re deemed unworthy of having electricity, when the industry across the street, which just happens to be a major donor to whatever party is in power, has all of its lights brightly shining?”

Think it won’t happen here, in the good old USA?  Have you been asleep for the past couple of years?

Read the post here!

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