The term “rolling blackout” refers specifically to an intentional electrical blackout that is done for the purpose of avoiding a larger blackout by easing the overall load on the system. They are sometimes referred to as load shedding.
Yes, rolling blackouts are done intentionally, but only as a last resort when power demand starts to cut into the threshold of energy reserves. Rolling blackouts help prevent a giant, uncontrolled blackout. Customers are split up into prioritized outage blocks so that within a region, some will maintain power. This way, people can go to friends’ houses until the rolling blackout is over, so that an entire town is not without power resources.
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