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January 16, 2018

NYC Trucks Provide Fuel to Schools, Facilities

Due to the extended cold spell, the winter storm, and the requirement for facilities to use backup oil tanks, New York City agencies used their fuel trucks to ensure schools had heat and emergency vehicles had fuel.

November 3, 2017

N.Y. Sends 220 Utility Trucks to Puerto Rico

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced he will deploy new emergency utility crews to Puerto Rico on Nov. 4 to restore power following Hurricane Maria.

June 5, 2017

Georgia Power Sends Off Mobile Command Center for Hurricane Season

The company manages storm response activities from its Storm Center in Atlanta and often deploys the Mobile Command Center to affected areas to serve as the company's communication and tactical hub.

May 22, 2014

Entergy Prepares for Storm Season in Weeklong Drill

In preparation for the upcoming hurricane season, hundreds of Entergy employees across the company's utility service territory recently engaged in an intensive storm drill. The drill tracked a fictional hurricane and its potential impact on the Entergy service territory.

February 28, 2014

AmeriGas Volunteers Deliver Propane In Hard-Hit Areas

The AmeriGas Airborne Team, which is a coordinated volunteer program to help deliver gas in areas hit by snow or other extreme weather, has been in extra-high demand this year. Even those not typically behind the wheel stepped outside their normal roles to help get propane where it needed to be.

November 29, 2013

NYU-Poly and Stony Brook University Launch Institute for Storms and Emergencies

The institute will undertake research including cause-and-effect mechanisms for damage to infrastructure, evaluating existing assessments of vulnerabilities of communities and critical facilities, and extrapolating storm risks from climate change conditions.

November 12, 2013

CL&P to Consolidate Service Center, Upgrades Damage Assessment

While some community members in Greenwich, Conn. have voiced concerns that moving the service facility could delay response times, Connecticut Light & Power says it will not affect service or storm restoration. The utility will also start using a new damage assessment tool by the end of the year to increase efficiency of recovery efforts.

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