Smart investment: energy infrastructure

Here’s a ‘no-brainer’ that all political parties should be behind:  direct financing from state, provincial and municipal tax revenues to upgrade and strengthen our power infrastructure while incorporating on site passive energy collection and storage at all homes, businesses and government properties.  This is what smart investment and risk management looks like.

A series ​of ​equipment failures and unexplained attacks have exposed the vulnerabilities of the​ U.S. ​electrical grid.​ Keith Cloud, head of security for the Western Area Power Administration, which controls portions of the grid in 15 states, says ​​he doesn’t receive enough funding to secure his substations.  Here is a direct video link.

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