The local electrical utility has...misunderstood their customers. Badly. Really badly. We are not California.
What I mean is this: they have sent out letters articulating a "commitment to providing clean, green energy," and have announced that they'll be shutting down one of their plants that provides electricity for the area...because they've put up a wind farm in an area where the wind doesn't blow every day. But it's the best they've got.
This part of Missouri is made up of farmers. Farmers who rely on their utilities. They need their electricity, and their internet. And farmers are, by nature, problem solvers with little tolerance for leftist stupidity.
This is not going to work out well for the electric company. They already get lynching threats from the locals every time a storm knocks out power for longer than the locals think it should be out. When the locals are facing rolling brown- and black-outs from power usage higher than the virtue-signalling can generate, there's going to be some serious repercussions.
And I am looking into how to minimize my house's dependence on electricity. And will be doing my best to switch as many to propane as humanly possible, and will be looking into alternates to that particular electric provider.
Now. That said. I'm doing this not because I think looking into alternates to pollution-generating plants is a bad idea. I'm doing this because not a single renewable source electric provider is reliable enough nor cost effective enough. I'm doing this because they're looking at renewables instead of a truly clean, green source of electricity: nuclear.