EMP to blame for Venezuela Blackout?

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EMP To blame for Venezuela Blackout?

We know the technology has existed for decades and only getting stronger.

A recent article in the Washington Examiner points to why the blackout may have occurred.

Venezuelan officials are blaming an “electromagnetic attack” for a power outage that swept through the country.

Venezuelans suffered a wide-ranging power outage on Monday [7/22/19] around 4 p.m. The blackout crippled communications and wrought havoc on the country’s transportation systems. Schools and most businesses and government offices suspended work on Tuesday.

The Venezuelan government announced that the power failure stemmed from an attack on the country’s hydroelectric system. Critics placed blame on the government, led by President Nicolás Maduro, for years of mismanagement.

Sol-Ark EMP hardened Solar Power System was made with this scenario in mind. EMP type effects can be made from Solar Activity as well. Even if it’s not an EMP, the electrical Grid is aging all over the world. The expectations from the electrical grid are ever increasing by huge demands by our computers and electronic lives.

We will try to keep you posted as to why the blackout occur and how to best prepare. Right now our prayers go out to the people Venezuela.

Venezuela blames massive blackout on ‘electromagnetic attack’

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