Feds want to know more about power outages during December “bomb cyclone”

Utility workers repairing damaged power lines.


The “bomb cyclone” that hit Oklahoma and the rest of the U.S., knocking out power to an estimated 1.6 million customers of utilities drew the interest of federal regulators.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the North American electric Reliability Corp. are starting a joint investigation of what went wrong when Winter Storm Ellliott hit the nation reported E&E News.

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