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Nevelyn Black is an independent writer with a background in broadcast and a keen interest in renewable energy.  In the last few years, she transitioned from celebrity interviews and film shoots...

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Following the 2003 SARS outbreak and the 2009 H1N1 pandemic, these Colorado utilities devised a plan.  Now they are implementing strategies already in place.  Each of them have a significant number of employees working from home.  Xcel is also performing “enhanced cleaning” at its facilities and limiting visitors.  Tri-State has issued health directives and limited travel and visitors and any Platte River Power Authority employee who isn’t feeling well has to report to his or her supervisor and HR before coming to work. What lessons learned from past disruptions are you currently implementing?

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