CL&P and UConn have teamed up to come up with a new tool to predict where power outages could occur.
“If you told us at the beginning it was going to be eleven days without power, I think we would have left town,” said Simsbury resident Peter Tedone.
Peter and his wife Lydia along with hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents found themselves in the dark for days after the 2011 Halloween nor’easter. Trees crashed down onto power lines in Simsbury, a familiar sight throughout the state.
Published: April 29, 2014
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