Almost every Texan was affected by the winter storms that ravaged the state in early February.
The majority of controversy did not revolve around the snow and low temperatures, but rather the inability to handle the energy output on the Texas grid.
Two months removed from the winter storm; we are beginning to see a push towards clean, renewable energy. Texas has been trending towards developing sustainable clean energy for some time now. Perhaps the winter storm was needed to fully make the switch.
Companies such as Energy Transition Ventures and Bulb, see themselves and more innovators across the state making the push for the transition to clean energy.
"Contrary to public belief, Texas actually is extremely green and extremely renewable," Vinnie Campo, country manager of Bulb said. "And that's a trend that we're going to see continue in the next five or 10 years."