The Lessons Of Major Power Outages August 2003 power blackout underscores necessity, complexity of business income cover

The late summer 2003 power blackout, which shut down parts of Canada and the northeastern United States, was a potent reminder of how businesses of every kind have become ever more interrelated, connected and dependent on each other and on an increasingly complex infrastructure system of energy, transportation and telecommunications.

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