Left in the Dark: Power Outages in an Interconnected World

By Kate Konschnik|2021-03-04T20:54:54+00:00March 4th, 2021|0 Comments

In her PrepTalk, Kate Konschnik dives into the fundamentals of how electricity is generated in the U.S. She explains how our aging electrical infrastructure increases the chances of catastrophic failures and offers considerations for emergency managers to prepare their communities for extended power outages.

Kate Konschnik is the Director of the Climate & Energy Program at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University and is a Senior Lecturing Fellow at Duke Law School. Kate’s research focuses on policy options for public electric utility regulation and electricity market reforms to accommodate new technologies, electrification of other sectors, and air quality and decarbonization goals.

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