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Post-Irma, Utilities Face ‘One of the Largest Industry Restoration Efforts in US History’

Hurricane Irma has left millions people without electricity, as winds, rain and storm surges have brought down grid infrastructure across Florida and Georgia. With the storm still thrashing its way inland toward Alabama and the Carolinas, utilities are stuck waiting for safer conditions to assess the damage, before they can even begin to work on what is “likely to be one of the largest industry restoration efforts in U.
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