Folks, I do not want to come across as saying “do not prepare for a grid outage” for at least 2 reasons:
1. It is a distinct possibility, one of the MORE LIKELY Scenarios.
2. Even if the grid does NOT take a hit, prepping for that possibility is just as good as prepping for nearly ANY OTHER disaster. Except maybe a major health problem, but if the grid does go down, you have to be health-prepped to some extent anyway.
So preparing for a complete and utter Grid Down Experience is a most excellent way to prep for most any problem.
MOST (if not ALL) of 74’s info is good info, but it is nearly all “worst case” and some is maybe out of date. But in “prepping”, shouldn’t we always prepare for the “Worst Case Scenario”?
Don’t want anybody to get the wrong idea, I am just debating some of the technical points, but
I am on the SAME PAGE With YOU, Brother 74!!!
"ROGUE ELECTRICIAN" Hoping to be around to re-energize the New World.....
Cogito, ergo armatus sum