Ten years after NE blackout, U.S. power grid smarter, sturdier
By Scott DiSavino
NEW YORK (Reuters) - It was just another hot August afternoon for New York electricity grid chief Rick Gonzales, as he sat in the control room helping to make sure the state's 8 million homes had enough power to keep the lights on and the air conditioning running.
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