Thursday, 12 April 2018

Frequency and duration of power cuts in the U.S. vary by states

Blackouts are far and few between in the U.S. electric distribution system, with frequency and duration of power cuts varying greatly across the many electric distribution systems that serve about 145 million customers throughout the country. Customers in 2016 suffered an average of 1.3 interruptions and were left without electricity for four hours during the year.

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