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Power companies settle investigation, agree to $3.9M in improvements (access required)

State regulators and local affiliates of Avangrid power company have negotiated a $3.9 million settlement of an investigation into the utility companies’ handling of wind storm outages in March 2017 that resulted in more than 170,000 customers losing power, some for as long as a week. Avangrid’s affiliates—Rochester Gas & Electric and New York State Gas ...
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