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The NESC and Resiliency

While utilities have been talking about reliability and redundancy for years, more recently they have begun to talk about resiliency. One reason for the increased interest in resiliency is that large storms seem to be the “new norm,” and there is more concern with how resilient a system will be during and right after these storms, rather than simply how reliable or redundant the system is in the absence of storms.

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