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Rough current

18 September 2017 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

Hurricane Irma left much of Florida without power after ripping down transmission lines. Burying cables is one fix, if time-consuming. But storms are just one catastrophe threatening the nation’s aging electricity infrastructure. Upgrading it could cost as much as $2 trillion.

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