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    Compelling Book, but

    I'm an Engineer, and I admire her ability to explain complex concepts in elegant, yet simple peise. She largely got the technical parts right, and I now appreciate the "softer," parts of the grid. However, her vision of a distributed, smart grid relies on three iffy assumptions: 1. Viable grid level storage 2. A smart grid with millions of inter connected computers is more robust than a "command & control" system 3. That politicians & other administrators can affect the necessary cultural/economic/business practices
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    As time passes so does electric

    Interesting points spread though with notable events. This does well to show both fragility and strength are only an irony apart.
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