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As a small business owner, I'm always trying to find ways to cut costs and boost the dependability of my services. To that end, I've become increasingly invested in learning about energy saving...

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This article got me thinking: How has Louisiana rebuilt and hardened its grid since Katrina hit 15 years ago? I know signifigant swaths of New Orleans have remained abandoned and I've read sharp critisisms of the region's subsequent storm proofing. I can only such gloomy reports couldn't also be made about southern Louisiana's grid. Does anybody have insights into the subject? 

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