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Long power outages after disasters aren't inevitable – but to avoid them, utilities need to think differently

By Seth Blumsack, Professor of Energy and Environmental Economics and International Affairs, Penn State
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A busy 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is in full swing. The year’s 18th named storm, Sam, has become a hurricane. Meanwhile, some residents in the parts of Louisiana hit hardest by Hurricane Ida in late August are still waiting for their power to be restored. And thousands of Texas residents endured multi-day outages after Hurricane…

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