For full details, including diagrams; of the blackout
of 2003 read these two articles:
Investigators suspect that a chain of power failures in the Midwest caused last month's blackout
Nevertheless, the blackout
did affect the retailer in one way--it led to a reassessment of its energy needs.
By Saturday morning, New York City's subway service was fully restored and power was restored to the Canadian sector of the power grid, although capacity was only 70 percent, and officials warned that there would be rolling blackouts
for several days.
The name, address and phone number of the plan administrator or other person responsible for answering questions on the blackout
Although the ministry warned of the possibility of extending blackouts
, one-hour power outages will be maintained for the time being because of educational examinations, which will start Thursday and continue until early January.
March 13, 1989: Hydro Quebec could not stabilize the power surges its grid was receiving and this resulted in several shunts, causing a nine-hour blackout
for 6 million Quebec residents.
This legislation would condition the NFL and other leagues' antitrust exemption on ending blackout
practices, including in those circumstances when standoffs during contractual disputes between broadcasters and cable and satellite companies result in blackouts
II) Telcos will have to inform the subscribers before the beginning of every blackout
day together with the date or the time for the blackout
SEE MLB'S TELEVISION BLACKOUT
Washington, June 30 (ANI): The higher the number of alcohol-related memory blackouts
a student experiences, the greater is his/her risk of a future injury while under the influence, according to a new study.
Con-Ed recently submitted a report to the Mayor on the power outage, including the role of Demand Response, in helping to prevent a wider blackout
to customers in Queens, New York.