This summer’s heat waves have put a massive strain on the nation’s power supply, resulting in blackouts and brownouts in many parts of the country. A panel explains why our high-tech society is still vulnerable to power loss, and what can be done about it.


  • Bill Brier Edison Electric Institute
  • Rich Glick Former senior advisor on electricity to the Secretary of Energy
  • Lewis Milford President of Clean Energy Group


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