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ComEd plans temporary ‘nerve centers’ for long outages

Hoping to avoid a repeat of the chaos caused by widespread outages during last summer’s storms, Commonwealth Edison Co. announced Wednesday it will set up temporary communication centers in areas where 20 percent of customers go without power for three hours or more. Each of the 17 centers can be set up within hours, said Continue reading ?
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