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shorting the grid by meredith angwin

Even though the entire book could have been one sentence (“regulatory capture by natural gas is hurting grid reliability by reducing nuclear”), and even though a deeper dive into the social mechanisms of that regulatory capture maybe would have been more useful, this book does deftly prove its point and provide a fascinating look into the kafkaesque nightmare that is the american electrical grid.


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