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  • Jan 28, 2021

Tropical Storm Isaias surprised and hammered several, but NOT all, New York IOU’s. Now, the Governor and the NY PSC is “hammering” the utilities in another way.

From the TDW article...”The Commission will now determine how to hold utilities accountable for any mistakes on their part regarding the preparation for and response to Tropical Storm Isaias,” said Commission Chair John B. Rhodes. “If a utility mismanages its operations and inflicts harm on customers, then utility shareholders will pay to remedy such situations and to avoid repeat failures.”

Let’s watch and learn from New York and find positive, resilient solutions to serve customers in the years to come.

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