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Politics Latest Messages: Again, you prove your mental instability..

Had the election not been rigged, we'd be hearing how - this was all Trump's fault.

Posted: Feb 20th, 2021 - 4:54 am In Reply to: WIND/SOLAR power only 24% in Texas - read it and weep

Read what and weep? I don't trust NBC/MSM and neither do 65% of others.

China owns much of the electrical grid. The Department of Energy found that there were only six domestic manufacturers of power equipment in the United States, while China had 30 manufacturers. Several Chinese-based companies, such as HICO and Siemens, have plants that export transformers to several countries. The report further suggested that the actual production of U.S.-built transformers was less than a fifth of China’s production.

The report showed that the U.S. has become dependent on foreign-made transformers to maintain capability of the power grid.

“In 2010, only 15 percent of the Nation’s demand for power transformers…was met through domestic production,” the report concluded.

In 2019, deputy director of counterintelligence at the DOE said that “There have been over 200 Chinese transformers that have come into the U.S. energy sector in the last ten years,” according to RealClearEnergy, highlighting the country’s dependence on energy.

One of the companies who makes these transformers, JiangSu HuaPeng Transformer Co., recently finished projects in Houston. The city was among the hardest hit in the recent energy crisis.

Although it’s unlikely a cyberattack may have caused the grid to undergo immense stress, the use of such technology should be of concern (just like with the election). The vulnerabilities of the U.S. power grid are now on display.

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