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Mobile Workforce Roundup: Recent Must-Read Posts From Fellow Community Members

Hurricane season and the ongoing pandemic are combining to make life demanding for utility professionals. As always, your fellow community members are monitoring what’s happening and keeping you informed.
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Final Draft Communications, LLC

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Utilities' Isaias response has Connecticut lawmakers considering penalties for lengthy restoration efforts

The amount of time Eversource Energy and United Illuminating took to restore power in Connecticut after Tropical Storm Isaias has state legislators considering a bill that would penalize them for prolonged restorations after future storms.
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Major Storms and Pandemic Complicate Utility Response Efforts, Drawing Intense Scrutiny

As Hurricane Laura slams into parts of the Louisiana and Texas Gulf coasts, everyone from lawmakers to regulators to customers who are left without power will see how nimbly the region’s utilities respond.
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