EEI honors three utilities for exemplary efforts in response to winter storms, hurricane

CP&L, a Progress Energy company based in Raleigh, NC, and Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, located in Atlanta, both received EEI’s Emergency Response Award, which recognizes companies for outstanding efforts to restore customer service knocked out by extreme weather conditions or other natural events. New Orleans-based Entergy Corporation received the Institute’s Emergency Assistance Award, which honors companies that provide swift and major assistance to another electric utility in recovery efforts beyond their own service territories.

Jan. 12, 2001–The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority in the Southwestern U.S. is having GPS/GIS mapping inventory done for its electric, water/wastewater and gas utilities concurrently.

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