There have been frequent blackouts in Taiwan since March.
On the afternoon of June 13, there was a sudden power outage in Kaohsiung City, affecting about 8,391 households.
As the local temperature was as high as 31℃ that day, many Taiwanese people complained that "the air conditioner can't be blowing, it's hot." Taipower urgently dispatched people to repair the power outage. Afterwards, the cause of the power outage was identified, mainly due to the construction of the unit outside the Kaohsiung Railway Station. .
The frequent blackouts in Taiwan since March have caused public grievances. Since the blackout across Taiwan on March 3, small-scale power outages in various counties and cities on the island have been happening one after another, and the situation has continued.
In addition to circuit aging and equipment failure, the reasons given by Taipower include squirrels accidentally touching and falling branches of bird's nests.
(produced by Wu Rui)
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