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Summer 2019 Set New Record For Short-Term Power Demands On the South Fork

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authorMichael Wright on Sep 3, 2019
The summer of 2019 saw new highs in demand for electrical power on the South Fork that flirted with but did not stress the maximum amounts the electrical grid could... more

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