– At least three electricity providers in the Pacific Northwest have recently experienced attacks similar to the gunfire that brought down two electrical substations in North Carolina on Saturday and knocked out power to tens of thousands of customers of Duke Energy.
The attacks highlight growing concerns about the vulnerability of the nation’s electric grid to vandalism and terrorist attacks amidst increasing political extremism. They also raise questions about what, if anything, can be done to protect a far-flung and often remote network of thousands of substations that sometimes have little more security than the fencing surrounding them.
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