"While some wind turbines were shutting down due to cold temperatures and icing and a lack of cold-weather packages, hourly wind output was accurately predicted."Yes, the forecast for Wind was not very high to begin with, but a lot of people down here blamed it anyway, mainly fossil fuel advocates, which given the large amount of "energy" (cough petroleum) companies down here, is a pretty vocifierous community. I didn't see your other post, when these threads get to 5 more pages it can be hard to find one single post.
Thanks for the correction on the nuclear. I recalled incorrectly about what was under maintenance at the time.
Makes you wonder if they had sprung for the optional winterization for the wind turbines what they would be blaming instead.