A report by the BIS has concluded that the electric grid’s ability to absorb and store large amounts of power is “not as big of a threat as we might think”.
The BIS report is the latest warning from the Federal Reserve and the US government about the risks posed by EMFs, or “negative energy” particles that have been linked to global warming.
The Bis report says the number of residential power plants with large EMF emitters has doubled in the past decade.
It also warns that the EMF threat is likely to increase in coming years.
The US National Academies, which issued the report, concluded that: “the likelihood of an EMF event in the United States will be higher than in other countries in the near future, even though the rate of such events in the US is far lower than in the rest of the world”.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it is “deeply concerned” about the effects of climate change and said the country needs to act now to mitigate EMFs.
Electric grid operators have been working to improve the grid’s resilience to EMFs for decades, and a growing number of states are working to upgrade the network to reduce the risks of a large-scale EMP event.
The federal government is looking at a range of options, including installing more sensors in transmission lines, increasing insulation levels on power lines and building more batteries.
But the Bis warned that a large EMFs event in 2050 would be “very difficult to predict”.
While some of the uncertainty is not as great as we have seen in the case of EMFs over the past two decades, it is nevertheless significant. “
The Biskups are well-known as an EMFs phenomenon and they pose an important risk to the grid.
While some of the uncertainty is not as great as we have seen in the case of EMFs over the past two decades, it is nevertheless significant.
A significant increase in the number and frequency of EMF events could have significant impacts on the grid reliability and reliability of other utilities and the overall grid infrastructure.”
The main problem with the report is that it doesn’t give an indication of how the US grid would react to a large scale EMP event, Mr Williams said.
What we are doing right now, the Biskup is a good example, he said.
“We’re working very hard to make sure that the grid is prepared for what we call an emergency event, that we’re able to protect it and that we have a resilient infrastructure.”
Mr Williams pointed to a recent Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) study that found there is a need for a 100-megawatt-scale power storage facility in the area where a large number of EM Fars are predicted to occur.
“That’s a good illustration of how we should be working to make the grid as resilient as possible,” he said, adding that “if you don’t have a storage facility, then it is not a problem”.
However, the report says that the Bisks are likely to be “large” in 2050, even if the US manages to mitigate them.
And it said there was a lack of reliable data on the scale of EM Fields in the U.S. The report said: “Although some of these EM Fields are thought to be as small as 1/100 of a kilogram, we cannot rule out the possibility that large EM Fields could be present in large numbers, and that there could be some degree of spread.”
According to the report: In general, a large amount of energy could be absorbed from an EMP event if it was not directed towards the grid, and it could also be directed at a nearby facility.
But the study said: “If the energy source is large enough to affect the grid in a significant way, this would increase the probability of a significant EMF in the grid by approximately three-to-one.
This risk is particularly relevant given that large-volume generators in some areas, such as coal-fired plants, emit high levels of CO2.”
In addition, many large-capacity power plants, such a power plants in the East and Midwest, are located close to transmission lines and have large-size electrical substations that emit large amounts and can pose a threat if an EMP occurs.
“BIS chairperson Michael Grunwald said the report showed that “the EMF problem in the USA is serious”.
He said that the problem was more serious than many people realised, with some predicting an “event of mass destruction”.
Mr Grunwood said: “[The Biscuits] are very well known for the magnitude of their EMF threats, and we’re very concerned about what