Rolling blackouts initiated after generators trip at Kaohsiung power plant
Taipei, May 13 (CNA) Taiwan's state-run power company on Thursday initiated rolling blackouts, or short-term power outages around the country, affecting at least 8.46 million customers nationwide after a malfunction caused four generators to trip at Hsinta Power Plant in Kaohsiung.
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