According to reports, Tesla has warned Texas owners of its electric vehicles (EVs) to not charge them during peak usage times as it may lead to rolling blackouts in the state.
The warning came via an in-car alert.
Of course, the real problem stems from Texas’ push to green energy.
The Blaze provides more details:
The warning comes as the Electric Reliability Council of Texas is calling on residents to conserve electricity during the recent heatwave.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration continues its march toward so-called “clean energy” by forcing the nation off coal and other fossil fuels before we have a viable replacement. Instead of switching to reliable nuclear and hydropower, our delusional leaders are betting on wind power, but the wind doesn’t provide power when it doesn’t blow. Wind accounts for about 30% of Texas’ power supply, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Green energy works as long as you don’t need electricity.
Meanwhile, Biden may declare a climate emergency
Reports are circulating that US President Joe Biden may declare a climate emergency as soon as next week in order to push his climate agenda after the president’s climate bill was defeated in the Senate.
The Daily Mail reports:
Sources have told the Washington Post Biden’s declaration could come as soon as this week. On Wednesday Biden will travel to Somerset, Mass. to deliver a speech on climate change.
By declaring an emergency Biden could reinstate the crude oil export ban that Congress voted to repeal in 2015, restrict all fossil fuel imports and exports and suspend the offshore drilling leases for 11 million acres of federal waters, according to a report from the Center for Biological Diversity.
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