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Texas family sues Entergy for gross negligence after 11-year-old boy froze to death during blackouts


Texas family sues Entergy for gross negligence after 11-year-old boy froze to death during blackouts Wednesday, February 24, 2021 by: Ethan Huff Bill Magness , Blackouts , corruption , Cristian Pineda , Electric Reliability Council of Texas , Entergy , ERCOT , Grid , grid down , gross negligence , Houston , lawsuit , power , Texas , winterizing Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.afinalwarning.com/498442.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) A Houston-area couple is suing ...

Texas power grid was "seconds and minutes" away from months of total blackout


But ERCOT President Bill Magness insisted that the situation could have been much worse. With Texas nearing its worst-case scenario, Magness said they had to order transmission companies to quickly reduce power. "...

Nuclear reactor went offline because Texas failed to winterize power plant


“[The grid] was seconds and minutes [from possible failure] given the amount of generation that was coming off the system,” ERCOT president and CEO Bill Magness said. ... This, according to Magness, would put Texas in an “indeterminately long” energy crisis. "...

Federal regulators plan to investigate Texas power outages


ERCOT President and Chief Executive Officer Bill Magness said that they were aiming to avoid a shutdown of the grid while they were working on restoring power to residents. ... But despite the supposed threat of a shutdown, Magness seemed to be pleased with how ERCOT was working to restore power. "...

Texas cold snap fuels spike in wholesale power prices


“The ability for gas generators to produce, particularly at full output, was affected by the freezing impact on the natural gas supply … So getting those resources back is the central solution to getting people their power back,” ERCOT president and CEO Bill Magness said on Wednesday. "...

Skyrocketing electric bills compound Texans' winter storm woes


The contractor now has to pay $5,152.06 for his electric bill as of Feb. 17. Pierce’s February 2021 bill is a stark contrast from the $330 amount he paid for the same month last year. ... ERCOT President and CEO Bill Magness said in a Feb. 17 statement: “We know millions of people are suffering, [and] we have no other priority than getting them electricity.” "...

Woke academics are destroying American history with left-wing bias, new study finds


Magness writes of “a bizarre string of events” that is currently taking place “at the American Historical Association.” ... ‘We cannot let this fizzle,’ she declared before posting a list of about 20 email addresses,” Magness wrote. "...