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Hurricane season occurs in the next few months. Approximately 1.1 million customers were left without power during Hurricane Florence. In response, Duke Energy deployed Smart Self healing technology, which automatically identifies power outages, quickly reroutes power to other lines, and restores service to customers.


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Christopher Neely on Jul 1, 2022

Is this technology special to Duke or is it widespread in the industry? Feels especially important for communities that are hit by hurricanes each season. 

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Paul Korzeniowski on Jul 5, 2022

Looks like Duke developed it but unclear if it was solely an internal project or something they developed with a third party. 

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