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Problems at PECO substation at Juniper and Lombard knocked out electricity for 3k people and created a bubble blizzard
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|What||Coal vs. fracking vs. nuclear vs. gas vs. solar vs. wind — the future of energy is uncertain, and our state is a battleground. A panel of experts will discuss the economic and environmental impacts of the various choices and how what we choose will affect generations to come.|
|Where||WHYY Studios at 150 N. 6th St. 19106|
|When||October 25, 2016 at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm|
|How much||Free with registration|
In 2012, it looked as though the refinery might close. But a recent modification in ownership from Sunoco to Philadelphia Energy Solutions, combined with the fracking boom in North Dakota, has it thriving again.