The Oyibo Countries Where They Take Light

”Although power cuts are a common phenomenon in Romania, the affected organizations have vague estimates of losses. A simple calculation of the cost of missed business opportunities and the number of unsatisfied customers, would fully justify investing in a powerful Power Backup solution..”

”Although power cuts are a common phenomenon in Romania, the affected organizations have vague estimates of losses. A simple calculation of the cost of missed business opportunities and the number of unsatisfied customers, would fully justify investing in a powerful Power Backup solution..”

-Advice for companies investing in Romania-

http://datacenter-forum.ro/en/power-cuts-a-major-challenge-for-data-centers/

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In spite of the privatization of the distribution system of power supply, Kosovo is suffering power cuts. Power cuts, which had reduced significantly, have returned once again in the country.

http://balkaneu.com/power-cuts-continue-privatization/

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“Moldova will remain dependent on unpredictable, unreliable electricity supplies and, besides, it will continue the current practices of purchasing electricity through imports, through non-transparent contracts with preferential partners, at the expense of consumers and taxpayers”

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/moldova-pays-high-price-for-power-games-03-07-2017
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.Multiple daily power outages are on the increase in several cities in western Venezuela, despite the supposed end of state-sanctioned electricity rationing, people who live in the area say.

Carmenza Herrera uses her cellphone during a blackout in San Cristobal, Venezuela, April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Eduardo Ramirez
Electricity supply problems have long been on the rise in Venezuela and are notably worse in the first few months of the year, when there is little rainfall and reservoirs lack the flow to power hydraulic plants
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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-outages/western-venezuela-suffering-daily-power-cuts-despite-end-to-rationing-idUSKBN1HR2XV
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A power outage struck large swaths of Brazil on Wednesday, affecting tens of millions of people, especially in the country’s northern and northeastern regions where the system remains “practically collapsed,” according to an official.

http://uk.businessinsider.com/r-tens-of-millions-in-northern-brazil-hit-by-massive-power-outage-2018-3

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