FORBES | A recent U.S. Department of Energy headline reminds us of just how lucky we are: “U.S. customers experienced an average of nearly six hours of power interruptions in 2018.”
For perspective, that means we Americans have our electricity interrupted for less than 6 hours of the 8,760 hours in a year.
So my wheels got spinning again.
And I came to thinking about what to me is easily the biggest energy problem in the world.
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