A new study published in Space Weather suggests that solar storm-induced electricity blackouts could cost the U.S. economy tens of billions of dollars. However, more than half of those losses could come from indirect costs outside the typical “blackout zone.” “On average the direct economic cost incurred from disruption to electricity represents only 49 percent of…
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