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Visionary and innovator in the utility industry and grid modernization Burns & McDonnell

I have a broad background in utilities and energy. I worked for Capgemini in the Energy Practice for more than 15 years. During that time I rose to the position of CTO of the 12,000 person...

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What if...

We wrapped the conduit around the conductors for underground and installed the two together as a single item?

We built a trailer that held a single "spool" that was 40 foot long and 10 feet in diameter, holding a mile or more of conductor without a splice?

We developed dwarf varieties of street trees that never grew higher than 20 feet?

We plasticized poles at the ground interface level to keep bugs and molds from eating away at them?

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Matt Chester on Aug 19, 2021

If the Marvel Series What If looked at these questions instead of what if's in the super hero universe, I think we may be onto something...


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