Americans Facing Blackouts, Soaring Cost of Living to Meet Targets of Biden’s Climate Mandates

Democrat President Joe Biden’s recent climate mandates will cause the cost of living to soar and leave most Americans facing widespread rolling blackouts, a new study has revealed.

The study was published by the North Dakota Transmission Authority (NDTA) and is raising major concerns about the Democrats’ radical climate agenda.

In order for the United States to comply with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Net Zero” targets, American taxpayers are likely to face rolling blackouts and heavy costs.

However, the measures to company with these goals have already been put in place due to the Biden administration’s recent climate mandates.

In April, Biden’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized a policy referred to as the Power Plant Greenhouse Gas Rule.

The rule consists of four regulations that target state power grids.

These state power grids must now conform to new globalist performance standards.

According to Biden’s mandates, these standards will reduce “greenhouse gas emissions.”

The ultimate goal is to shut down fossil-fueled electrical plants completely.

These plants will be replaced with ones powered by so-called “green” energy such as wind and solar.

However, a recent study from the NDTA says the EPA based its rule on flawed reasoning.

The EPA looked at whether there are sufficient resources to convert the electrical grids into more environmentally friendly versions and concluded there are.

It did not, however, conduct hourly reliability stress tests, which check whether a power grid can meet the demand for electricity during any given hour of the day.

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The NDTA’s study noted that, had the EPA done these tests, it would have found that the electrical grids powered by clean energy would not be able to meet the electricity needs of residents.

Power plants are likely to become overwhelmed, leading to rolling blackouts.

Specifically, the NDTA studied the power grids in the Midwestern and Southern United States, which are managed by the Midcontinent Independent Systems Operator (MISO) and the Southwest Power Pool (SPP), respectively.

The study explains:

“We determined that the closure of lignite-fired powered power plants in the MISO & SPP footprints would increase the severity of projected future capacity shortfalls, i.e. rolling blackouts, in the MISO & SPP systems even if these resources are replaced with wind, solar, battery storage, and natural gas plants.”

Blackouts come at a cost called Value of Lost Load (VoLL).

VoLL is the loss that consumers suffer from an interruption in electricity.

The NDTA estimates that over the next 27 years, taxpayers in the Midwest will experience an additional 377,300 hours of blackouts.

The VoLL cost to taxpayers will be $3.77 billion.

In the area covered by the SPP, American taxpayers are likely to suffer 8.3 million hours of blackouts.

This will result in a staggering VoLL cost of $83 billion.

All that is in addition to the $447.5 billion it will cost taxpayers to construct new clean energy electrical grids.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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