Crisis Of 2022: Blackouts, Major Construction Delays Test U.S. Grid
Jul 5, 2022
The future for U.S. electric utilities is under a dark cloud — a cloud generated as much by their century-plus of success as anything else.
The nation has come to feel that the supply of electricity from the grid, which is the most complex, real-time engine on earth, has a kind of elasticity; that it can accommodate more and more demand — demand not just in volume, but also in how the utilities make the electricity.