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Could Texas-like blackouts happen in the Roaring Fork Valley? Not likely, Holy Cross Energy CEO says

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February 18, 2021 by Jessica Peterson

Holy Cross Energy (HCE) CEO and President Bryan Hannegan is a meteorologist, engineer and climate scientist with over 20 years of experience in the energy sector.

Hannegan corresponded over email with the Glenwood Springs Post Independent this week to explain the power grid chaos ongoing in the Southern region, discuss the likelihood of something similar occurring in Colorado and the measures HCE has in place to maintain reliable and sustainable energy service for its members and communities.

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