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Florida Power Official Makes Unheard-of Prediction for Crippled Electrical Grid

Florida Power Official Makes Unheard-of Prediction for Crippled Electrical Grid: Even in a state used to hurricane damage, the power and scope of Hurricane Irma was unprecedented as it swept through Florida, and the recovery effort is likely going to be unprecedented too, especially when it comes to restoring electric power to the Sunshine State’s […] The post Florida Power Official Makes Unheard-of Prediction for Crippled Electrical Grid appeared first on Hiduth.
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