Extreme Weather & Power Supply Preparedness
Type: White Paper
Date Published: 5/18/2022
Source: Evergy Energy Partners
For municipal and cooperative clients, extreme weather is one of the biggest risks to the power supply chain. If you wait until severe weather is forecasted to prepare for the worst-case scenario, it’s already too late. When the power grid is vulnerable, it can have significant and life-threatening impacts. In 2021, Winter Storm Uri caused more than 4.5 million homes and businesses to go without electricity for days. What can this experience teach us about risk management and preparedness?
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