San Jose looks to boost energy resiliency in wake of wildfire-driven blackouts

June 12, 2019 by maitreyi.karthik@climate-connect.com

(Source: San Jose Spotlight) “We need to better understand the consequences of de-energization, particularly its adverse impacts to vulnerable populations and critical operations,” the councilors wrote. “Mitigating these unknown risks could include developing more micro- grids that can maintain power during blackouts, or purchasing PG&E’s electrical infrastructure as the City of San Francisco is currently exploring.” Read full article….

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