Grid Down

With the recent attacks in November and December of 2022, on electrical substations, we had better start stepping up our game to protect our electrical power grid! At the very least, you should make sure that YOU have a backup power system in place! It doesn’t have to be elaborate. It could be as simple as having a portable generator. You should have “something”.  Plan ahead and you wont be left in the dark when the inevitable happens. Here are the current power outages across the United States.

Here is the generator that I purchased:
Regularly priced at $1,249.00, as of March 1st, 2023, it was on sale for $999.98 I paid $830.00 for it on May 6th, 2022. If you ever see it at that sale price again, GRAB IT! I seriously doubt that you’ll ever see it at a lower price than that! https://grampsradio.com/index.php/emergency-preparedness/

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In 2003, one of the most severe power outages in history affected the northeastern US and parts of eastern Canada. This video summarizes the events leading up to and during the blackout.

My Power Grid playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1BMWczn7JM&list=PLTZM4MrZKfW-ftqKGSbO-DwDiOGqNmq53&index=1

Joint Task Force Report: https://www.energy.gov/sites/default/files/oeprod/DocumentsandMedia/BlackoutFinal-Web.pdf 

Errata: (1) A few areas outside of New York and Toronto were without power for more than a day. (2) The graphic showing the outage area includes Quebec, but Quebec is on a separate interconnection that was not significantly affected by the 2003 event. (3) MISO is usually pronounced 'myso,'  not 'meeso.' (4) When I said "NERC standards," I should have said "NERC policies." They weren't mandatory until after the 2003 event.

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In 2003, one of the most severe power outages in history affected the northeastern US and parts of eastern Canada. This video summarizes the events leading up to and during the blackout.

My Power Grid playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1BMWczn7JM&list=PLTZM4MrZKfW-ftqKGSbO-DwDiOGqNmq53&index=1

Joint Task Force Report: https://www.energy.gov/sites/default/files/oeprod/DocumentsandMedia/BlackoutFinal-Web.pdf

Errata: (1) A few areas outside of New York and Toronto were without power for more than a day. (2) The graphic showing the outage area includes Quebec, but Quebec is on a separate interconnection that was not significantly affected by the 2003 event. (3) MISO is usually pronounced 'myso,' not 'meeso.' (4) When I said "NERC standards," I should have said "NERC policies." They weren't mandatory until after the 2003 event.

Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. It is hosted, written, and produced by Grady Hillhouse. We have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of our videos!

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What Really Happened During the 2003 Blackout?

Gramps Radio 3.3M views February 15, 2022 5:00 am

When disaster strikes, the flurry of political positioning and fingerpointing can make it difficult to understand what really happened. This video provides a summary of the facts of the 2021 Texas winter storm.

⚡ My playlist about the electrical grid: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTZM4MrZKfW-ftqKGSbO-DwDiOGqNmq53

📄 Most of the energy statistics shown in the video came from ERCOT publications found here: http://www.ercot.com/news/february2021

This February of 2021, a major winter storm made its way through the U.S. central plains, setting all-time records for low temperatures across the country. One of the biggest impacts of the storm happened here in Texas where people across the state suffered extended outages of electricity and water. It was one of the worst winter weather events in history, creating loss-of-life and economic impacts that will take years to unfold. Many are still recovering from the storm and will be for years to come.

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Tonic and Energy by Elexive is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6fBPdu8w9U

When disaster strikes, the flurry of political positioning and fingerpointing can make it difficult to understand what really happened. This video provides a summary of the facts of the 2021 Texas winter storm.

⚡ My playlist about the electrical grid: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTZM4MrZKfW-ftqKGSbO-DwDiOGqNmq53

📄 Most of the energy statistics shown in the video came from ERCOT publications found here: http://www.ercot.com/news/february2021

This February of 2021, a major winter storm made its way through the U.S. central plains, setting all-time records for low temperatures across the country. One of the biggest impacts of the storm happened here in Texas where people across the state suffered extended outages of electricity and water. It was one of the worst winter weather events in history, creating loss-of-life and economic impacts that will take years to unfold. Many are still recovering from the storm and will be for years to come.

Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. I have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of my videos!

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What Really Happened During the Texas Power Grid Outage?

Gramps Radio 3.3M views March 23, 2021 3:01 am

A summary of how other systems of infrastructure (like roadways, water, sewer, and telecommunications) depend on electricity and how long each system could last under total blackout conditions.

This video was guest produced by my editor, Wesley, who is also the actor in the blackout scenes 😉

Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. It is hosted, written, and produced by Grady Hillhouse. We have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of our videos!

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Script Editor: Ralph Crewe
Background Painting: Josh Welker
Graphics: Nebula Studios

A summary of how other systems of infrastructure (like roadways, water, sewer, and telecommunications) depend on electricity and how long each system could last under total blackout conditions.

This video was guest produced by my editor, Wesley, who is also the actor in the blackout scenes 😉

Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. It is hosted, written, and produced by Grady Hillhouse. We have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of our videos!

CONNECT WITH ME
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DISCLAIMER
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SPECIAL THANKS
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Stock video and imagery provided by Getty Images, Shutterstock, and Videoblocks.
Music by Epidemic Sound: http://epidemicsound.com/creator
Tonic and Energy by Elexive is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6fBPdu8w9U
Writer/Host: Grady Hillhouse
Producer/Editor/Blackout Actor: Wesley Crump
Production Assistant: Josh Lorenz
Script Editor: Ralph Crewe
Background Painting: Josh Welker
Graphics: Nebula Studios

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How Long Would Society Last During a Total Grid Collapse?

Gramps Radio 2.5M views November 22, 2022 6:00 am

How a nuclear blast in the upper atmosphere could disable the power grid.
The bundle deal with Curiosity Stream has ended, but you can still get a great discount on Nebula and support Practical Engineering here: https://go.nebula.tv/practical-engineering

Correction: 10:32 I meant to say "earth's magnetic field," not "earth's gravity."
Correction: A previous version of this video included a segment where I used a doorbell transformer to demonstrate core saturation. That model did not correctly demonstrate the phenomena I was describing, so I cut it from the video.

This video is a summary of the EPRI study on the impacts that a high-altitude nuclear electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) would have on the US power grid. It’s the first in a deep-dive series of videos about large-scale threats to the grid. 

EPRI Study: https://www.epri.com/research/products/3002014979

Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. It is hosted, written, and produced by Grady Hillhouse. We have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of our videos!

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Graphics: Nebula Studios

How a nuclear blast in the upper atmosphere could disable the power grid.
📺 Get a year of CuriosityStream AND Nebula for just $15/yr! http://www.curiositystream.com/practicalengineering

Correction: 10:32 I meant to say "earth's magnetic field," not "earth's gravity."
Correction: A previous version of this video included a segment where I used a doorbell transformer to demonstrate core saturation. That model did not correctly demonstrate the phenomena I was describing, so I cut it from the video.

This video is a summary of the EPRI study on the impacts that a high-altitude nuclear electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) would have on the US power grid. It’s the first in a deep-dive series of videos about large-scale threats to the grid.

EPRI Study: https://www.epri.com/research/products/3002014979

Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. It is hosted, written, and produced by Grady Hillhouse. We have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of our videos!

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Producer/Writer/Host: Grady Hillhouse
Editor: Wesley Crump
Production Assistant: Josh Lorenz
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Background Painting: Josh Welker
Graphics: Nebula Studios

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How Would a Nuclear EMP Affect the Power Grid?

Gramps Radio 2.6M views November 8, 2022 6:00 am

Ever wondered what happens if the power grid collapses? From the immediate blackout to potential economic collapse and food shortages, being unprepared can be dire. 

Whether it's a power grid attack or a simple power outage at home, our guide will delve into the essentials of preparing for a power outage, ensuring you're never caught off guard.

Discover what power outage supplies to stock, how to build your power outage kit, and tips on power outage survival. With increasing concerns about potential grid down scenarios, now's the time to prep. Equip yourself with an emergency power supply and knowledge to navigate any power outages.

How to survive if the power grid goes down?
It is not just doomsday preppers that are concerned about the risk of a power outage, or even worse, a blackout due to a national grid collapse. In South Africa, an electricity crisis has developed due to load shedding required to protect the Eskom grid. In this video, we consider what happens if the electricity grid goes down and how to prepare for a power outage.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT:
https://preparewithforesight.com/what-happens-if-the-power-grid-collapses/

VIDEO SECTIONS:
00:00 – HOW TO SURVIVE IF THE POWER GRID GOES DOWN? 
00:07 – WHAT HAPPENS IF THE POWER GRID COLLAPSES
00:45 – How likely is a power grid collapse?
01:32 – IMPACTS ON INFRASTRUCTURE
01:47 – Food Stocks & Supply Infrastructure
02:22 – Banking
03:13 – Internet Connectivity
03:49 – Telecomms
04:22 – Transport
05:54 – Water
06:14 – Medical Care
07:11 – Security
07:56 – Refuse and Trash Collection
08:08 – Sewerage 
08:20 – Communities
08:37 – HOW TO PREPARE FOR A POWER GRID COLLAPSE
09:04 – Family Emergency Plan 
09:43 – Water Supply
10:06 – Food Supply
10:30 – Banking
10:55 – Telecomms
11:34 – Transport
12:24 – Medical Care
12:49 – Refuse and Trash Collection
13:09 – Sewerage
13:42 – Communities
14:08 – Entertainment
15:06 – CLOSING

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How to survive if the power grid goes down?
It is not just doomsday preppers that are concerned about the risk of a power outage, or even worse, a blackout due to a national grid collapse. In South Africa, an electricity crisis has developed due to load shedding required to protect the Eskom grid. In this video, we consider what happens if the electricity grid goes down and how to prepare for a power outage.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT:
https://preparewithforesight.com/what-happens-if-the-power-grid-collapses/

VIDEO SECTIONS:
00:00 – HOW TO SURVIVE IF THE POWER GRID GOES DOWN?
00:07 – WHAT HAPPENS IF THE POWER GRID COLLAPSES
00:45 – How likely is a power grid collapse?
01:32 – IMPACTS ON INFRASTRUCTURE
01:47 – Food Stocks & Supply Infrastructure
02:22 – Banking
03:13 – Internet Connectivity
03:49 – Telecomms
04:22 – Transport
05:54 – Water
06:14 – Medical Care
07:11 – Security
07:56 – Refuse and Trash Collection
08:08 – Sewerage
08:20 – Communities
08:37 – HOW TO PREPARE FOR A POWER GRID COLLAPSE
09:04 – Family Emergency Plan
09:43 – Water Supply
10:06 – Food Supply
10:30 – Banking
10:55 – Telecomms
11:34 – Transport
12:24 – Medical Care
12:49 – Refuse and Trash Collection
13:09 – Sewerage
13:42 – Communities
14:08 – Entertainment
15:06 – CLOSING

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HOW TO SURVIVE IF THE POWER GRID GOES DOWN - WHAT HAPPENS IF THE POWER GRID COLLAPSES - Prepping 101

Gramps Radio 34.2K views September 26, 2022 4:01 am