Nor’easter causes new power outages, slows Sandy effort


NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. power companies expect the nor’easter whipping across the Mid-Atlantic on Wednesday to create additional outages and possibly slow their efforts to restore service to customers left in the dark by Hurricane Sandy nine days ago. Utilities from the Carolinas to New York reported on their websites that the nor’easter has already knocked out service to over 3,000 customers by Wednesday afternoon. Hurricane Sandy (2012) Consolidated Edison Incorporated FirstEnergy Corp….

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