Grid Hardening and Resiliency
When aging infrastructure is coupled with severe weather, the resulting outages can be a massive expense for utilities. Depending on the number of customers that lose power, a single storm can cost between $500,000 to more than $1 billion. State commissions and local government are putting pressure on utilities to increase reliability before, during, and after storms, thus driving a more urgent need for grid hardening.
Read why utilities are prioritizing grid hardening and what measures they are taking to proactively strengthen infrastructure and minimize system downtime.
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