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Clean Energy Can Help Protect the Grid Against Severe Weather Blackouts

Aug 14, 2013 by Allison Clements Earlier this week, the president’s office released a report that: describes the costs of weather-related grid outages to the U.S. economy (an average of $18-$33 billion annually since 2003), projects that these outages will get worse thanks to climate change, and tallies the economic benefits of increasing the transmission grid’s resilience – that is, the ability of…

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