Worst natural disaster(s) you lived through..

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straight_evil wrote: Thu Sep 21, 2023 1:55 pmFortunately no! I didn't move to New Orleans until a few years later
Luckyyy.

So you were sort of neighbours with Temperanza.. :lol:
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Re: Worst natural disaster(s) you lived through..

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cody wrote: Thu Sep 21, 2023 5:47 pmHow did they find out.. Did you have to apply for a permit and then it became this whole other deal?

What is the weather like where you’re at..wondering if the power goes out at certain times

Back in 2016 European Union had a whole thing of promoting going green with allocation of funds specifically for home power stations (they had a 50% refund for anyone opting for it as iniciative). I've already had the roof redone in 2014 so I opted for it, but when I applied for the paperwork at the local municipality the laws within the country regarding home ownership of surplus electricity being let back into the grid changed tremendously - basically I'm now charged extra for generating electricity instead of being paid for it. Mind you, we have the most expensive electricity within EU. It's counterproductive but I kept the station.

To sum it up, we have pretty much continental climate where springs and summers are warm, autumn used to be colder with more of a rainy season and winters used to be snowy, but it has since changed where autumns became plagued with heavy rain and winters snowless for the most part.

The power goes out on a lush sunny day, it goes out in heavy rain because the woods haven't been cleared from the ice storm back in 2014 and shit keeps falling on the grid lines, so it's normal to have to wait a couple minutes to couple hours for the electricity to come back and I honestly don't have the patience to be left without.
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