Category: electricity blackouts

Havana Announces Blackouts, Cancels Carnival as Crisis Deepens

HAVANA—The Cuban capital of Havana will begin electricity blackouts in August, has canceled carnival, and is taking other measures as the country’s energy crisis worsens, state media reported on Saturday. The capital, home to a fifth of the population of 11.2 million and center of economic activity in Cuba, had been spared the daily power…


Thousands of Homes in Sydney Plunged Into Darkness As Energy Shortage Plagues Australia

Thousands of homes on Australia’s east coast were plunged into darkness on Monday as electricity suppliers struggled to meet demand as the country teeters on the edge of an energy shortage. On Monday night, multiple areas in Sydney’s north and along the affluent Northern Beaches were sent into darkness, after the energy market operator warned…


Energy Expert Warns of Texas Blackouts; Household Wealth Drops for 1st Time in 2 Yrs | NTD Business

An energy expert warning about blackouts in Texas this summer. Why? And what does he suggest? The U.S. is investing billions of dollars in Central America, with hopes economic prosperity will reduce illegal immigration. Is it a good plan? The conflict in Ukraine is only part of the picture when it comes to the food shortage. What’s the…


Energy Expert Warns of Texas Blackouts; Household Wealth Drops for 1st Time in 2 Years | NTD Business

An energy expert is warning about blackouts in Texas this summer. Why? And what does he suggest? The United States is investing billions of dollars in Central America, with hopes economic prosperity will reduce illegal immigration. Is it a good plan? The conflict in Ukraine is only part of the picture when it comes to the food shortage….


Electricity Blackouts Could Hit Europe, Experts Warn

Europe could be hit by electricity blackouts in the next few months if average temperatures fall, energy experts have warned. Analysts at investment bank Goldman Sachs said that Europe has enough gas stored up to get through winter, but if temperatures were to drop, leading to an increase in demand, storage could fall below the…