When it comes to energy production, New Mexico and the U.S. can (and should) learn from other countries’ experiences concerning clean, affordable AND reliable energy. Germany, for example, recently faced mass blackouts because the wind didn’t blow and the sun didn’t shine when power was needed. The Daily Caller News Foundation reports that wind and solar power plants under-performed in January, 2017, because of cloudy weather with little or no wind, setting the stage for massive blackouts. The bottom line appears to be that Germany’s green energy approach is failing to meet production goals sufficient to provide grid stability – even after spending $1.1 trillion dollars. Read more HERE.