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Utilities Recognized for Emergency Response Efforts

The Edison Electric Institute, which represents investor-owned electric utilities, presented awards to member organizations for their emergency response efforts in 2017.

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Utility Conducts Study of Electric Vehicles

The goal of the Salt River Project's study is to determine what impact the increase in energy consumption will have on the grid as more chargers are installed in homes and businesses to meet demand.

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Calif. Utilities Approve $41M for EV Pilots

CPUC approved 15 pilot projects to boost electric vehicle adoption, including the electrification of school buses, delivery trucks, airport/seaport equipment, truck stops, and commuter locations.

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Terex Utilities Announces Network of Electric Utility Contractors

Terex Utilities announced an expanded relationship with Utility One Source, which complements its existing network of distribution and rental partners offering comprehensive services to electric utilities.

Image of 411 electric utility vehicle courtesy of AEV Technologies.

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AEV Technologies Unveils Electric Truck

AEV Technologies, Inc., designer and manufacturer of compact, emissions-free vehicles for urban commercial markets, unveiled its new assembled in the U.S.A., all-electric vehicle lineup at CES Las Vegas.

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Versalift Boosts Production After a Year of Natural Disasters

This year was exceptionally challenging, with storms and fires hitting multiple population centers. Versalift is increasing production of its bucket trucks, digger derricks, and cable placers to meet demand.

Utilities began shipping additional vehicles and equipment last week, which are being transported via barge. Photo courtesy of PPL

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Electric Utilities Send 1,500 Additional Workers to Puerto Rico

Electric companies are shipping out equipment and vehicles now, and workers are scheduled to begin work in mid-January. With this addition, there will be more than 5,500 workers in Puerto Rico.

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DTE Energy Names Director of Southeast Michigan Gas Operations

Mark Johnson leads a team at DTE Gas responsible for maintenance and repair of the natural gas distribution system in Southeastern Michigan.

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The Top 5 Utility Fleet Stories of 2017

We've compiled a list of the most popular utility fleet stories on worktruckonline.com in 2017. Bucket truck safety tops the list, but readers were also interested in vehicle misuse and new models.

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Terex Ships Auger Drill to Antarctica for Scientific Research

Terex Utilities shipped a Model 330 Auger Drill to Leidos, a California-based contractor working for the National Science Foundation in Antarctica. The drill features a unique mounting configuration and numerous insulation and heating modifications to operate in the extreme environment.

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