A way to boost grid reliability

Six years ago, Enchanted Rock CEO Thomas McAndrew took me to a Houston-area H-E-B grocery store to see a new kind of backup generator capable of powering large facilities and providing electricity to the Texas grid when it was most needed.

Hurricane Harvey struck three months later, and the natural gas generators were 100 percent effective in keeping stores open. Then, when a winter storm struck in February 2021, killing more than 200 people, Enchanted Rock kept critical facilities operational from its Houston operations center.

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