There’s no doubt the 2017 hurricane season was devastating, after Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Nate swept through parts of the Gulf Coast and the Caribbean, causing unprecedented damage. Although these hurricanes may not be the deadliest on record, they wreaked havoc on their areas of impact nonetheless. Given what we have learned from Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina, the looming question remains: Why are facilities and infrastructure not better prepared to handle emergency/backup power situations in the face of natural disasters like this?
This e-book takes an in-depth look at what we’ve learned from previous hurricanes as it relates to backup power system requirements on the state and federal level, what has changed since then, and what still needs to change in the face of these most recent deadly hurricanes.
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