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He draws attention to the report from the Union for the Co-ordination of Transmission of Electricity (UCTE) which warned in its analysis of the Italian black-out (see European Report 2816) of the danger to the stability of large long-distance electricity transmission networks.
3, 2013, Venezuela had its worst black-out in many years as more than 70% of 18 states' supplies - 70% of Caracas - went down for a day; and in some parts of the country for over 36 hours.
The Gypsys supplied to the Indian Army are fitted with black-out convoy lights which release green ray during black-outs at war time.
Eric Elliott, defending, said McPhee, who was a previous excess alcohol conviction, had either fallen asleep at the wheel through general drowsiness or suffered a black-out.
He suffered one black-out while driving, injuring his spine and needing major surgery.
3, 2013, black-out also partially disrupted the underground transport system, with people stuck in trains in tunnels before being evacuated to safety.
The back-up generators at the hospital failed to work when a power black-out struck the Wexford area around 8.
3, however, Venezuela had its worst black-out in many years as more than 70% of 18 states' supplies - 70% of Caracas - went down for a day; and in some parts of the country for over 36 hours.
Aixa Lopez, 39, president of the Committee of Black-out Victims, which has organised protests in several cities, last week was quoted as saying: "We are paying for the mistakes of this president and his incompetent managers".
Solar Tree(R) DCFC will charge FCRTA's electric buses even during black-outs or other grid interruptions, a vital transportation and energy security measure for the Authority.
The use of cogeneration systems also allows residents access to electricity in the event of brown-outs and black-outs in the city.
Basic goods are scarce, inflation is raging at 160% per annum, and power black-outs are common.