Power outages will lead to Internet outages

It is absoulutely VITAL that you spread these articles and share them far and wide!

there will never be ads, nor paywalls on this website, so please donate if you can afford it to keep the website (and me) alive and kicking!

You can also check my bitchute, bittube, dailymotion, vidlii channels where I reupload videos with juicy info in them.

Stay up to date on telegram, flote, gab, gettr, mastodon, minds and parler too!

Our spanish readers can also check the podcast, and watch the odysee and superocho channels.

European governments have acknowledged that organized, planned, localized and short-term power outages may occur in the electricity grid this winter.

The aim of such outages is to eliminate consumption peaks, especially at certain times of the day when falling temperatures lead to excessive demand for heating.

The French Federation of Telecommunications Operators, for its part, has announced that without electricity, mobile repeaters will cease to function and 95 percent of emergency communications pass through these networks.

It is a problem with no solution. The only possibility would be to install a generator in the relays to ensure their operation. But the network has too many relays and switching a relay off takes longer than switching on a light switchboard. Outages can last for hours, cutting Internet and telephone services to both individuals and businesses.

Not only will teleworking be interrupted, but damage occurs. The computer may lose data and the router may become unconfigured.

In Spain, companies must compute the time that the cuts last as effective working time, without workers having to recover that time or suffer any discount on wages.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s