On the snow, with duct tape, or when the lights go out.
That light breeze could mean there’s a storm a few miles away.
They charge forth at 350 miles per hour.
Storms are getting worse and more people are in the way than ever, so meteorologists are working on ways to...
Storms don’t have to be fast to be destructive.
As climate change spurs worsening hurricanes, renewable microgrids have the potential to generate and redistribute power.
The full extent of the destruction won’t be clear for at least a day, but it’s already causing extensive damage.
Our grid is outdated and rundown, but utilities aren't willing to do much about it.
The record-breaking storm lashed the Southeast US before working up the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
Hurricane season is a huge risk for many facilities that care for the elderly.
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