How this affects the economy of the big tech industries like factories and the media like radio stations and television? What are the effects that this brings in the life of normal people?
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There would be a bigger demand for fuel for generators. Most big companies would have generators already. Those that didn't would purchase them. Disruption apart from that would not be too great for core work. I live on a cyclone prone island, loss of mains power is a bit disruptive and gives a chance for a bit of drama, but not a huge problem.
I actually have to go out and turn my generator on, but most of the big buildings don't, their generators automatically flick on when the mains goes down.