BY: WILLIAM MANSELL, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) — Even before the global coronavirus pandemic forced people to stay inside and businesses to close in a largely unprecedented way, summer months strained electrical grids. The oppressive heat forces residential and commercial units alike to... Read More.
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