The U.K. has been hit by a major outage for the first time since the Great Flood of 1846.
The state’s electricity grid has been down for three days and it’s expected that it will take another three days for it to be back up.
The National Grid announced Thursday that the state has been experiencing an intermittent outage and that the “electricity distribution network has experienced significant loss of transmission capacity as a result.”
It’s a huge blow for consumers and for businesses.
According to the NPG, “over half of the British Isles energy needs to be met by wind, solar and biomass sources, and a significant number of electricity supply and distribution lines are at risk of being knocked out in the next 24 hours.”
There is an urgent need to bring electricity out of the grid ASAP.
The grid is a huge problem, especially for small businesses.
They don’t have access to reliable power in many parts of the country.
It is the only way they can keep their lights on and the power they need to operate their business.
There are also some concerns that the blackout could affect the delivery of services, especially if a flood or a storm hits.
It will be interesting to see how the Npg responds to the blackout.
As we’ve said before, the United Kingdom is one of the most energy efficient countries in the world.
But there is an inherent risk that if the grid goes down and it comes to a complete shutdown, there is no way for utilities to be able to deliver their services.
There is also the question of what will happen if a large storm hits the United States and the U.N. Climate Change Conference is held in the U