WASHINGTON, D.C. – The ability to efficiently recover from blackouts and effectively restart the electric power grid requires the natural gas and electric industries to more strongly collaborate and plan their efforts, according to a new study presented to FERC today. The study, prepared by staff from FERC, NERC and the Regional Entities, evaluated the availability of “blackstart” resources in the Texas Interconnection during extreme cold weather conditions.
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