Energy Are consumers paying for the big blackout of 2003? Add to ...

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Shawn McCarthy joins Hannah Sung to discuss what we've learned from the blackout of 2003, when 10 million people in Ontario went without electricity due to a cascading power failure that originated in Ohio. In order to have greater reliability on the grid, are consumers paying more?

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