Post-Covid Texas has a big opportunity to modernize its power grid

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Post-Covid Texas has a big opportunity to modernize its power grid

The time is right for Texas to explore robust power sources that can withstand both pandemics and climate events By Alexander Rozenfeld and Eugene Han Throughout history, civilizations have seen pandemics as mechanisms for innovation to support the future well-being of their people. In the 19th century, multiple cholera epidemics broke out in New York, causing traffic jams of horses and carriages as people fled for the perceived safety of the suburbs. These outbreaks resulted in the building of underground wastewater systems and green spaces like New York City’s Central…

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