The vulnerability of the U.S. electrical grid: Millions hit by Southwest power outage
The failure of a single piece of equipment in Arizona ignited a massive blackout on Thursday that left nearly 6 million people without power for 12 hours. The outage was the largest outage of its kind in the region. Authorities in Arizona said Friday that safeguards built into the system should have prevented the breakdown at a substation from cascading across Southern Arizona and into California and Northern Mexico. They didn’t, and the resulting instability led to the sudden shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear-power plant, about 50 miles north of San Diego, cutting off power to a large swath of Southern California. Read more HERE.
END TIMES TRUTH
Last month, we were told that the solar flares being generated and directed to this planet are intended for the sole purpose of disrupting all electrical devices and disabling power grids. Read more HERE.