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On average, U.S. electricity customers experienced just over eight hours of electric power interruptions in 2020, the most since the US Energy Information Agency (EIA) began collecting electricity reliability data in 2013. The average U.S. electricity customer experienced nearly 20 more minutes of power interruptions in 2020 than in 2017, the year with second-longest duration of interruptions on record. Weather, vegetation patterns, and utility practices were responsible for the outages.

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