Here's a guide to the grid from NPR. [img_assist|nid=2886|title=US Power Plants|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=480|height=310]It makes you wonder, doesn't it, how the electric utilities can have so few critical assets. I would think that most of those big splotches of red in the Southeastern United States where there are so many power plants that the resolution of the map can't show them all would be critical assets, but apparently, not so. There are, apparently, NO critical assets in the power generation industry in the Southeastern United States. Right. And if you actually believe that, I have some property in the far Southeastern United States, just at the tip of the Florida Keys, that I'd be happy to interest you in...but you will have to wait until low tide to visit.