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Power outages and brownouts can
wreak havoc on companies, resulting in economic and operational setbacks.
A recent study conducted by J.D.Power & Associates found that the average
business experiences 5.7 outages per year. Without protection, business
cannot be conducted during those 5.7 times per year. The Electric Power
Research Institute found that, on average, a one second power outage costs a
business $1,477 and the tab for a one hour outage comes to $7,795. Overall
this costs the U.S. economy between $104 and 164 billion annually.
--excerpted from "What is Power
Protection?" by Carrie Schmelkin, TMCnet Web Editor, April 21, 2011.
here for a search of most recent power outages in the news.
California utilities turn off the electricity when wildfire risk is high
With the number of fires in the West growing, and a 2017 decision by the California Public Utilities Commission to require that a utility — not ratepayers — pick up the costs for fires caused by its power lines, it’s likely that Californians are going to see more deliberate, pre-planned power outages when there is extreme wildfire risk, experts say. “The utilities are damned if they do, damned if they don’t,” said Frank Wolak, a Stanford University economics professor who has studied energy issues extensively.
There is now a web site covering these shutoffs by the big three California utilities SDGE, SCE, PG&E called
Public Safety Power Shutoff.
These power outages are forcing more consumers to install backup generators..
Mercury News, December 7, 2017
and other sources
Massive blackout in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES - A huge power outage hit Argentina and two neighboring countries
on Sunday June 16. Argentina’s grid “collapsed” around 7 a.m. (1100 GMT), leaving the entire country without
power. The outage also cut electricity to much of neighboring Uruguay and swaths of Paraguay, and shut down YPF SA’s La Plata refinery, Argentina’s largest.
The root cause of the outage remained unknown and results of a full investigation
will not be available for 10 to 15 days. Residents of Buenos Aires, a city of nearly 16 million, awoke on Father´s Day to a nearly entirely dark city. The blackout hobbled public transportation, cut off water supplies,
shutdown service stations and stores, and crippled phone and internet communications for much of the
June 16, 2019.
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