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If you live in India, how did the power failure affect you?


Were any of the writers on Hubpages who live in India affected by the power failure? If so, what was your reaction?

 

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    Cynthia B Turner (Cyndi10) 4 years ago

    I didn't realize this is an ongoing problem. Do you plan your day around the outages?


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    Daniel Brinker (darkland) 4 years ago

    I'm curious why they wouldn't shut down at night when it's cooler and everyone is sleeping. That way everyone could stay working and the power spike would be less when they came back on line


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    Cynthia B Turner (Cyndi10) 4 years ago

    It sounds like a very complex issue, more than just the power going out for periods of time. It's all tied to who the consumers are and the ways that it is consumed. Glad you shared some insight.


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    Cynthia B Turner (Cyndi10) 4 years ago

    With that kind of disruption, it is difficult for you to store foods? Are there generators for things like elevators to continue running?


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    taazakhabar 4 years ago

    power shortage is a reality. The main reason is that we haven't been able to decide -- thermal, hydro, nuclear or solar options. We have let foreign lobbies and equipment suppliers bias our decisions rather than availability of raw material