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Dave Lucas speaks with Dr. Eric Wachsman about the possibility of power-grid failures in our area.

Dave Lucas speaks with Dr. Eric Wachsman about the possibility of power-grid failures in our area.

 

In the wake of a devasting winter storm that crippled Texas' power system, MEIDirector, Eric Wachsman, discussed grid storage and power distribution with WJLA ABC7's, Dave Lucas. 

The full story and video can be found at: 

https://wjla.com/news/local/the-crippling-storm-that-hit-texas-is-headed-our-way-can-our-power-grid-hang-on



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