This on-demand webcast took explores how our grid infrastructure can, and should, be hardened.
Thursday, December 14, 2017
When Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico in Fall 2017, it left thousands of residents without power for weeks and set off an unprecedented crisis. As the island’s infrastructure has been rebuilt, some regulators and industry experts believe we ought to use innovative technologies and strategies to help withstand powerful weather events like tornadoes and hurricanes in the future. This on-demand webcast explores how our grid infrastructure can, and should, be hardened.
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Special guest Gabe Gutierrez, NBC Correspondent, gives his firsthand account of what the power outage was like in Puerto Rico during the six weeks he covered the story.
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