Britain's 2019 power cut - One year on

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Britain's 2019 power cut - One year on

ECIU's Dr Jonathan Marshall reflects on whether the right lessons have been learned from last year's high profile - and remarkably rare - grid blackout

This weekend will see the anniversary of the UK's first major power cut for over a decade. The systemic failings seen on August 9 2019 led to trains stuck on lines, nearly a million people without power...

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