The recent news story that downtown Detroit lost power for the better part of a day because of a faulty electrical cable in an decrepit electrical system is the latest  example of just how vulnerable the U.S. electrical grid is to outages. Providence, R.I.,  recently lost power because a curious squirreling exploring a conduit carrying power cables shorted out the system. Many of us remember the mothers of all recent power failures, the 2003 Northeast Blackout, when 50 million ...

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