Moore: ‘You need reliability’

The reliability of the electric power system is critical in a state such as Arizona. Imagine what would happen in Arizona in the middle of a hot day if your electric power system goes down and you don’t have air conditioning? Economist Stephen Moore discusses why Prop 127 is such a concern in an arid hot state like Arizona.

Editor’s note: A blackout is a complete interruption of power in a given service area. A brownout is a partial, temporary reduction in system voltage or total system capacity.

Graham Bosch

Garrick Taylor

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