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After Irma, Florida’s Smart Grid Needs the Longest and Most Complex Restoration in U.S. History

Reports are rolling in that Florida may have narrowly evaded the worst-case scenario with Hurricane Irma, as many cities were not directly hit. Fatality counts in the state have been remarkably low thus far. While the value of avoiding human loss cannot be overstated, a preliminary assessment of Florida’s power grid reveals Irma’s true destructive power. As Alexis C.
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