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More using electric vehicles to power homes and essentials when disasters strike

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More using electric vehicles to power homes and essentials when disasters strike

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Even a rudimentary setup can keep refrigerators cool and power stovetops, lamps, fans and televisions.

He plugged the refrigerator into one and a power strip into the second, which was soon powering lamps, fans and a television.

The morning after Hurricane Ian knocked out power at Westley and Sarah Ferguson’s home in Haines City, Florida, a suburb southwest of Orlando, Westley ran two extension cords into their house from the outlets on the couple’s Ford F-150 Lightning.

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Author / Journalist: Ira Boudway

Category: Nation Politics

Topics: Enjoy Powering Sites Plugged Subscription House Plan Power Comment List Westley

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Readership Location: Japan

Published Date: 2022-11-24, 11:59:46

News Timezone: GMT +9:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 272 words

Reading Duration: 2 minutes read

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News ID: 5545509

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