ABC 11 (August, 2023). “Sturdier, more weatherproof. Improvements being made to power grid to prevent prolonged outages.”

Los Angeles Times (March, 2023). “Drought and heat waves could worsen air pollution for vulnerable communities

The Post and Courier (January, 2023). “Blackouts experienced during low temps last month are bound to happen again.”

CBS 17 WNCN (January, 2023). “Rolling blackouts can protect power grid from serious damage.”

E&E News EnergyWire (September, 2022). “What the Western drought reveals about hydropower.”

TIME Magazine (September, 2022). “Extreme Weather is Weakening U.S. Hydropower and Stressing Energy Grids.”

Vox (August, 2022). “How the Western drought is pushing the power grid to the brink.”

AP News (July, 2022). “Officials investigate after fire, explosion at Hoover Dam

E&E News EnergyWire (May, 2022). “Southwest megadrought pushes hydropower to the brink.”

Renewable Energy World (February, 2022). “Duke Energy aims to double renewable energy capacity by 2030.”

Jefferson Public Radio (January, 2022). “How global warming could further mess up electric power on the West Coast

The Hill (January, 2022). “Climate change makes West Coast more susceptible to blackouts

Sun Herald (January, 2022). “West Coast power grid at mercy of climate change — and prices may soar, study finds

ABC News (October, 2021). “Hydropower decline adds strain to power grids in drought

The Weather Channel (August, 2021). “Water Supply Dropping in Western Reservoirs”

Wired Magazine (July, 2021). “Extreme Heat Could Also Mean Power and Water Shortages

Los Angeles Times (July, 2021). “Plummeting reservoir levels could soon force Oroville hydropower offline.”

National Public Radio (July, 2021). “Not Just Wildfire: The Growing Ripple Effects Of More Extreme Heat And Drought.”

The Guardian (UK) (June, 2021). “Less water means more gas’: how drought will test California’s stressed power grid.”

National Public Radio (June, 2021). “How Our Hydropower System Is Impacting The Drought Gripping The American West.

San Jose Mercury News (August, 2020). “Decline in hydropower hampered by drought will impact utility costs.”