Date: February 19, 2021 07:19PM
Nope. Wind represents a small portion of the Texas power supply.
"Of the total amount of power that suffered outages, wind accounted for only some 13%, a far smaller share than accounted for by coal, gas and nuclear plants."
Oh, and turbines don't fail if they've been winterized. Guess who didn't do that? (Hint: GOP politicians.)
"So it's fair to ask: why don't wind turbines fail all the time in colder climates, such as Canada, Sweden or the American Midwest? The answer, in short, is that turbines in colder places are typically equipped with de-icing and other tools, such as built-in heating. In Texas, where the weather is almost never this cold, they usually are not."https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottcarpenter/2021/02/16/why-wind-turbines-in-cold-climates-dont-freeze-de-icing-and-carbon-fiber/?sh=a16c03e1f595
Better luck next time.
And please tell us more about Bill Gates and overpopulation – or is it depopulation? Hard to keep track of the conspiracy theories.