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As a peak in the cycle of solar flares approaches in 2013, U.S. electricity regulators are considering options for protecting the power grid, including new equipment standards and retrofits, while controlling costs. An extreme storm could cause blackouts lasting weeks or months, John Kappenman says, leaving some cities temporarily uninhabitable and taking a huge economic toll.

As a peak in the cycle of solar flares approaches in 2013, U.S. electricity regulators are considering options for protecting the power grid, including new equipment standards and retrofits, while controlling costs. An extreme storm could cause blackouts lasting weeks or months, John Kappenman says, leaving some cities temporarily uninhabitable and taking a huge economic toll. 6 comments!
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