Many of us are so connected to our phones, tablets and laptops that we panic when their battery nears the dreaded 0% mark.
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The North American Electric Reliability Corp., known as NERC, recently graded the nation’s grid on reliability.
Innovation isn’t happening just in computer labs or on satellites rocketing into space. Electric co-ops lead the highly technical electric utility industry in areas such as renewable energy and installation of smart meters.
Animal encounters are nothing new for electric co-ops. Getting their start in the 1930s to serve rural areas that had no electricity, they’ve always been close to the land and its creatures.
The Better Business Bureau says it receives about 1,000 complaints of utility scams each year. Let’s look at a few common scenarios of utility scams:
Strange things start happening when the world price of copper skyrockets to record levels like it did this year.
You can learn a lot about power outages and restoration by watching a utility crew at work from a safe distance. The first thing you’ll notice is the deliberate, careful pace. Team members deploy signs to alert motorists. They mark the work area with orange cones.