Georgia Power crews move north to assist with Hurricane Henri recovery

ATLANTA, Aug. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --A As Hurricane Henri threatens the Northeast Coast, Georgia Power is responding to support affected utilities as part of the mutual assistance network. More than 100 Georgia Power personnel are traveling north towards Hartford, Connecticut. A convoy of trucks and personnel including linemen and engineers, as well as safety, fleet and logistics support from around the state left Georgia Power's Lawrenceville headquarters in metro Atlanta at 6 a.m. Sunday morning. Georgia Power has also released a number of contract crews to respond as well.
Georgia Power crews move north to assist with Hurricane Henri recovery
Mutual Assistance Network
Georgia Power monitors changing weather around the clock and coordinates with other utilities to field requests for assistance whileA ensuring that it has sufficient coverage to respond to potential local service interruptions. The mutual assistance network consists of hundreds of utilities from around the country. As part of this partnership, Georgia Power is able to respond and offer assistance, providing reinforcements when needed to restore power quickly for other utilities. The company is also able to request additional resources to help restore power to Georgia Power customers following a major storm.The company requested and received assistance from other utilities during several major storms that impacted Georgia Power customers previously including Hurricanes Michael and Irma.
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