Sarah E. Brady

Ph.D., Deputy Director, California Council on Science and Technology

Ph.D., Deputy Director, California Council on Science and Technology

Sarah E. Brady on KCRW

On the heels of devastating storms and collapse of the power grid in Texas, the question for Californians is: Are there key takeaways from that debacle that can be applied in the…

Key lesson for California utilities from Texas: Be proactive

On the heels of devastating storms and collapse of the power grid in Texas, the question for Californians is: Are there key takeaways from that debacle that can be applied in the…

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