This new nonfiction release published by Dog Ear Publishing is an insider’s guide to the complex machinery that makes up the nation’s power grid. Author Eli T. Iceman gives the reader a basic understanding of something that most people take for granted: electricity.
When a person flips a light switch, it’s unlikely that he puts much thought into the machinations that allow the lamp to turn on and cast light on the room; usually, the only time people think about the complexity of electricity is when it’s not functioning as it should. Author Eli T. Iceman hopes to enlighten readers about the intricacy of the grids that power most of North America.
There are only four major power grids that keep the lights on from coast to coast, and from the northernmost part of Canada down to the southernmost part of Texas. These four grids provide electricity for 300 million…
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