Impact of power cuts


load shedding

Load shedding is a form of emergency outage that energy companies use to deal with severe power shortages.

Load shedding is used to reduce power consumption by shutting down power to a customer base. This is the last resort to protect the power supply when the entire system is at risk.

It is only used in rare special cases, but is recognized globally as the standard method of balancing electricity supply and demand. Often it is the operator's responsibility to keep the power system "balanced" - producing enough power to meet customer demand. If there is a shortage of electricity supply, the balance of the power system could be threatened. Many other factors could affect the balance, including extreme weather and planned or unplanned infrastructure disruptions. To restore balance, reduce the load for a period of time - this is called load shedding.

It is important to note that load shedding differs from planned local outages (such as maintenance), and unplanned outages due to damage to wires and cables (such as during a storm).

During load shedding time, any suggestions?

  • Basic power facilities can be maintained using Hisolar power inverters to maintain power supply
  • When the power is cut off, please turn off the electric heater and cooking utensils to avoid fire when the power is restored.
  • It is best to turn off and unplug equipment, including satellite receivers, TVs, and computer equipment, but leave the lights on to let you know when power is restored.
  • Check in with elderly or vulnerable neighbors, family and friends to keep them informed about power outages.
  • Cordless phones do not work without electricity, so consider using a basic phone in case of emergency.

Power failures (also known as blackouts or blackouts) can be caused by a variety of causes, such as severe weather (such as very strong winds, lightning, and floods) that disrupt the distribution network. Damage to the nation's power transmission system is far rarer, but can result in severe power outages and, in extreme cases, widespread blackouts.

If this happens, the impact will be severe, causing widespread damage. If you or your family members are particularly vulnerable during a power outage, such as having electrical medical equipment, learning difficulties, a Hisolar Pure Wave Power Inverter can provide additional support during a power outage. It contains 300W-6000W and can convert 12V/24V/48V DC power from a dedicated battery or the DC socket of a car or boat into 110V/220V/230V/240V AC power.

It provides clean, stable and high-quality AC power and is ideal for powering a variety of appliances, including sensitive electronics (like air conditioners, refrigerators, etc.) and resistive electronics (like light bulbs, TVs, fans, etc.)

During a power outage, you may be without heating/air conditioning, lighting, hot water, or even running water. In other words, you may face significant challenges. Everyone has a responsibility to protect their home and family.


Taking the time to prepare in advance can greatly reduce the impact of a power outage. This includes three basic steps:

1. Know what to do before, during, and after a power outage.

2. Create a family emergency plan so everyone knows what to do and where to go in an emergency.

3. Prepare an emergency power inverter so you and your family can be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours during a power outage.

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