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See www.MikeBeehler.com for my first book, The Science of the Sale.  MBA, LLC believes that strategically positioning for success and growth in the electric utility industry will require...

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Georgia Power is spending $1.3B over three years to improve reliability, resiliency and customer service. The program includes automated line devices, adding alternate service connections, OH line relocation and hardening, and strategic undergrounding

The GP website says “Overhead lines in certain areas may be more prone to outages caused by trees contacting lines or vehicular collisions. Placing targeted portions of overhead lines underground makes lines less prone to outages”.

Click here for examples of equipment that may be installed to support undergrounding improvements. https://lnkd.in/gEbx3nS

Watch as this kind of wise grid investment planning sweeps across North America.

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