FPL Operation Manager Brett Petgrow inside the Collins Substation in Fort Lauderdale, Thursday morning, Sept. 7, 2017. FPL’s substations are enabled with technology that helps monitor flood waters and mitigate storm surge. This technology helps protect critical equipment at substations during storm surges, and speeds restoration.
FPL Operation Manager Brett Petgrow inside the Collins Substation in Fort Lauderdale, Thursday morning, Sept. 7, 2017. FPL’s substations are enabled with technology that helps monitor flood waters and mitigate storm surge. This technology helps protect critical equipment at substations during storm surges, and speeds restoration. Taimy Alvarez South Florida Sun Sentinel
FPL Operation Manager Brett Petgrow inside the Collins Substation in Fort Lauderdale, Thursday morning, Sept. 7, 2017. FPL’s substations are enabled with technology that helps monitor flood waters and mitigate storm surge. This technology helps protect critical equipment at substations during storm surges, and speeds restoration. Taimy Alvarez South Florida Sun Sentinel

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