From The Financial Times:

In fact, an analysis by the Rhodium Group, a research consulting firm that specializes in energy issues, showed that fuel supply issues were responsible for a mere 0.00007 percent of the hours that Americans were without power between 2012 and 2016. As Josiah Neeley, the director of energy policy for the D.C.-based think tank R Street Institute, put it, “There’s certainly not a reliability crisis. And even if there was, the proposed rule doesn’t address any of the issues with reliability that are out there.”