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Texas Blackouts Offer a Lesson for Reducing Dangerous Spikes in Energy Demand

 

Texas Blackouts Offer a Lesson for Reducing Dangerous Spikes in Energy Demand

By Steven Nadel, Executive Director

The historic winter storm across the central United States brought a fierce chill into the homes of millions of Texans who lost electric power. Extended outages played a role in many of the fatalities as some […]

Alberto Lamadrid – Thursday!

“Resilience and response to high impact events: From energy system operators to households” Alberto J. Lamadrid, Lehigh University

Thursday, February 20

5:00-6:00 pm

Steele 006 – Dartmouth College

Increased incidence of extreme events and socio-economic losses due to power outages create a fundamental concern for operators […]

Is Hartford, VT Prepared? Emergency Preparedness Scenario Game Event

More on Joseph Mangum in Puerto Rico

The forests around Utuado, Puerto Rico, were largely destroyed by the storm. US Department of Agriculture Photo, Master Sgt. Joshua DeMotts | 1st Combat Camera Squadron

By George Harvey

I last posted on the Green Energy Times website about the work Joseph Mangum was doing in Puerto Rico in “Joseph’s First […]

Help from Vermont is on its way to Puerto Rico!

Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

By George Harvey

Regular visitors to the Green Energy Times website may recall an item that was posted on October 7, “Solar Power and Water for Puerto Rico.” In it, Joseph Mangum, who runs Sunnyside Solar in West Brattleboro, Vermont, made a plea for donations to help people […]