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The Science Inside: Load-shedding

This episode of The Science Inside goes off the grid ...

The story of how load shedding caused fire for one woman and electrical engineer Paul Tuson explains the dangers of load-shedding.

The team also visits Netshield's Inus Dreckmeyr's off the grid house and learns of a small black box that could save your business during power outages - listen to the podcast below for more:


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