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Our view: Power shutdowns have consequences

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There’s a steep learning curve ahead when it comes to utilities managing extreme weather events for electricity providers. In a scenario that’s likely to be repeated until data collection improves and companies have better access to emergency power, businesses incurred substantial losses during the recent Maria fire and related events in Ventura County. While injuries…

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