Hurricanes, also known as cyclones or typhoons, are immense weather situations characterized by powerful winds, heavy rains, and relentless storm surge flooding. Making them one of the most formidable natural phenomena on Earth. Because of these characteristics, hurricanes have traditionally been seen as a dreadful and destructive force, leaving behind nothing but a trail of devastation in its wake. After all, their ability to disrupt the supply chains, foment accidents, and destroy property has cost communities billions. Flooding, fallen trees, and wind damage individually can cause extensive losses, especially regarding power generation.