A fascinating hurricane survivor could point the way to future-proofing the power grid
Despite experiencing all of Ian's fury, a solar community emerged almost unscathed.
When Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida’s Gulf Coast last week, millions were left without power as transmission lines were downed and transformers flooded. Not, however, the folks at Babcock Ranch, a 2,000-home community that sits directly in the storm’s path, about a dozen miles northeast of Fort Myers — the a…
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