November 2, 2012

Why It Takes So Long to Restore Power in NYC after Sandy

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After the wrath of Superstorm Sandy hit the Northeastern coast of the United States, towns and communities have been left without power for days. Even New York City hasn’t been spared. Since Monday night, a large part of lower Manhattan from roughly 30th Street down to the tip of the island, has been shrouded in darkness.

The question that is on everybody’s mind is: Why is it taking so long to restore the power?

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TAGGED: Hurricane Sandy, Electricity Grid

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