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This week, Josiah Neeley, the Texas director and resident senior fellow for energy at the R Street institute, spoke about some reforms that could prevent the energy crisis in Texas from happening again. Jason Bordoff, a Columbia Unversity professor and the founding director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, talked about whether the blackouts will impact President Biden's green energy plan. Brett Winton, the director of research at ARK Invest, joined to discuss how the failure of Texas's electrical grid will push people to look more at batteries for storing renewable energy. Then Noah Davis, a post-War and contemporary art specialist at Christie's, outlined the auction house's decision to start accepting cryptocurrencies as payment.