Storms Hurt Grid And Power Companies' Credibility

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Thomas Kinard, lead skills instructor, Southeast Lineman Training Center
Greg Reed, professor, electric power engineering, University of Pittsburgh

Powerful storms tore through much of the country in June, causing widespread power outages in the midst of a record-breaking heat wave. These recent outages raise questions about the ongoing efforts to restore power, and the overall reliability of the country's power grid.

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