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The recent power outages through the Northeast have caused everyone to think about the reliability of the electrical grid. Throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine our power lines pass from pole to pole through brilliant fall foliage. Last week's pre-winter snow was trapped on those leaves, broke branches, and tore power lines.Thus, the water cooler chatter is all about generators.
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