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In North America and Europe whenever we face a power blackout we think that there are not enough power plants. But you will be surprised to know that shortage of power plants is not what causes blackouts, it’s the system that is the problem. Take a look at the 12 major electrical blackouts over many years, and see that shortage of plants is not the reason behind the problems we face.
In the developed economies of North America and Europe, we more frequently lose power due to an understated and complex challenge. The electrical grid is prone to system failures and requires upgrading.
Go through the infographic on 12 electrical blackouts created by Temporary Power Solutions and see how the weather conditions and the functions of the grid caused the blackouts. Management and improved information, rather than more outdated power plants, are the persistent need for more unfailing systems.
Having power cuts in the summer? Nothing worse than a blackout in the middle of the night. Share stories of your experiences in a blackout you remember in the comments below. Don’t forget to rate and share this post.
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