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A Post-Mortem On Texas’s Colossal Energy Failure

Last week, millions of Texans were forced to endure sub-freezing temperatures for days without heat, electricity, or even water after the state government failed to ensure its independent power grid could hold up to a winter storm. University of Houston energy fellow Ed Hirs and Texas Water Resources Institute associate director Wendy Jepson join host Krys Boyd to explain why one of the toughest weeks in Texas history was likely preventable – and what the state needs to do to make sure an energy disaster doesn’t strike again.