Learning from Texas: Preventing the next blackout by building a resilient energy system
As millions of people lost power in Texas last week, America saw firsthand how devastating an energy crisis can be. The hard truth is that our energy system is flawed, and as climate change brings more extreme weather events we could see more failures like this one in the future. To prevent that from happening, we must address key vulnerabilities in our current system.
On Friday, February 26th from 1-2pm ET, Environment America Research and Policy Center will host a webinar discussion with energy leaders and experts from across the country, exploring the ways in which we can transition to a cleaner, more resilient energy system. Our featured panelists will discuss the role that localizing our production of energy and creating microgrids can play, all while increasing our energy efficiency and moving towards a society powered by 100% renewable energy. RSVP to "Learning from Texas: Preventing the next blackout by building a resilient energy system" today to save your spot.