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    Wildfire Emergency Preparedness

    Not all natural disasters cause unplanned power outages. In areas at high risk for wildfires, public safety power shutoffs are often used to proactively reduce the electric system from becoming the source of ignition in high-risk areas. That makes resiliency planning, monitoring and restoration a high priority for organizations with critical operations. Here’s how you can help better ensure you stay powered up when the grid is down.
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    Emergency Response Plans and Services for Power Outages

    Businesses and municipalities can get locked into a yearly cycle of waiting too long to prepare for bad weather, then scrambling to get through whatever nature throws at them. Start planning now and take control.
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    Winter Storm Preparedness

    Hurricanes aren’t the only natural disasters that can interrupt business continuity. Winter blizzards, polar vortexes and ice storms can be brutal for many regions in the country, bringing with them extended cold temperatures that can interrupt critical business operations and municipal services. The key to combating severe winter weather is creating an emergency action plan that better protects your operations – and that means investing in the right solutions designed to help you reach your resiliency goals.
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    Storm Preparedness

    The extremely active storm and hurricane seasons aren’t just bringing more storms – they’re also bringing more intense, severe weather and rainfall to a number of states along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts. Storms are one of the leading causes of power outages in the U.S., which makes reliable power a priority for your organization.
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