We need look no farther than Puerto Rico for grim evidence that we cannot take the durability of the mainland U.S. electric grid for granted. Many thousands of island residents remain weeks away from having power restored as the result of the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria last September. We must be better prepared to reduce the impact of disruptive events and recover quickly from them, writes energy attorney Terry Jarrett, a former member of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners.
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