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  • Winter Storm – Feb. 2014Cust Power and Knocks out Electricity

  • Indiaai??i??s Power ProblemInstalling and/or improving the electrical distribution grid is extremely difficult

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Recently both ai???developedai??i?? and ai???developingai??i?? economies are increasingly facing uncertainties/<a href=”https://mmjdoctoronline.com/”>weed card</a> problems in regard to the access to electrical power and energy resources.

  • In the developed world – USA ai??i?? the energy infrastructure is more than 50 years old.
  • In the Developing World – India ai??i?? there is a complete lack of energy infrastructure to meet its demand of its recent industrialization.

USA: 50 Year of Old Energy Infrastructure:

  • Recently in the USA, we are facing and experiencing frequent power disruption ai??i?? almost once or twice every year particularly in the East Coast. The frequent power disruption is caused by frequent storm and hurricanes we all face. Scientist attributes this to global warming effect.
  • As we have seen during Superstorm Sandy in 2012 ai??i?? it knocked out power for 8.5 million residences in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. It kept more than 1.3 million people in the dark for more than a week after the storm hit our shores.
  • During the winter storm in 2014 ai??i?? over 300,000 homes and businesses lost electricity.

During this time of blackout ai??i?? we had no modem to connect to the Internet world, no light, no landline phones, no TV even to know where the storm and hurricane is heading.

India: Lack of Energy Infrastructure:

In India, it is going through the same industrialization process that once USA went through 50 years ago. India is now 4th largest economy in the world and home to one of the biggest ai???emerging and risingai??i?? middle class of 300 million people equivalent to the entire USA population. The increasing standard of living of the emerging middle class in India is creating a strong demand of electricity and putting a huge strain on the already poor energy infrastructure. These days nothing is more common and familiar to an Indian than a blackout. The usual range of power outage is anywhere from one to three hours daily.