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DHS worried about potential attacks on Grid

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Todd Carney is a graduate of Harvard Law School. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Communications. He writes on many different aspects of energy, in particular how it...

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  • Jan 27, 2022

Last year, problems in the US grid made headlines. It was heartbreaking to see people suffer and even lose their lives due to harsh weather conditions. The problems that the US faced has prompted conversation on how to improve the US grid. While the US should be prepared for problems with the weather, the US also should be prepared for other threats to the grid, such as attacks from terrorists.

From CBS News: The Department of Homeland Security believes that terrorists, particularly domestic ones, could try to attack the US grid.



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