On June 4, 2021, Texas Public Utility Commission approved a rule requiring power companies to use “best efforts” to ensure plants can operate in the winter.
This is not enough, the shifts in temperatures and weather patterns have affected our fish and wildlife. We must take immediate steps toward ensuring that not only ERCOT follows proper procedures to ensure our heating and cooling systems are powered, but to put in place an incentive that gears towards going green.
Michael Cooper is a firm believer that we need to make a greener carbon footprint sooner than later.
A report from the state climatologist finds that the state is experiencing hotter days with less relief from high temperatures at night.
The Texas Tribune released an article indicating that climate change is making Texas hotter, threatening public health, water supply, and the state’s infrastructure.Learn More
In February 2021, Texas suffered a major power crisis that cutoff power to millions of its citizens causing severe damage and death.
Michael Cooper is a firm believer that we need to make a greener carbon footprint sooner than later to help prevent greater natural disasters headed our way.
Help Michael Cooper make a difference. Let’s work together to build a better Texas. Through greener carbon footprints we can make a change that will preserve our children’s future.