I live about a half block from a power substation, so I am on a "short wire" and rarely have a power outage - except for one hurricane 15 years ago. That storm leveled the entire city's power grid. It took an army of out of state electrical workers to restore our power. Many thanks to anyone who has ever worked for a power company. It took a couple of weeks, but just about every utility pole in town was laying in the street. An amazing accomplishment. The tank I had at the time perished, but I was evacuated to another state, so nothing I could do about it. Fingers crossed that never happens again in my lifetime.Ok question world, do you worry about your power supply, not as in availability but how it is provided?
I have solar panels so worry less, but how do you balance your tanks generally, do you need to cool?