>> So, yes, they would do that, to political enemies or anyone they care to selectively go after.
Better go solar, then. Not for economics or “aaving the planet”, but to ensure continuity of your own supply.
I think you’re being paranoid, but what do I know?
Ok, here’s the deal.
Some years back, a relative of mine got an electric bill with a surcharge of 300% for one month...owing to having been charged for electricity generated for his house by a generator after a storm. HIS house. In particular. That’s granularity.
Now, in that general area, people have died from a lack of electricity, because of this past set of storms. Ball park: restored. People: dead. How easy is that? After all, it takes either physically restoring lines and poles or resetting motherboards, right? Oh. Did I mention the people were older? Tsk. What a shame, right?