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2.01.2012

If Power Lines Fall, Why Don't They Go Underground? : NPR




A crew of linemen working for Puget Sound Energy remove a power pole that fell down after a tree covered in ice fell on a transmission line near a substation in January in Olympia, Wash. Weather and tree branches cause 40 percent of power outages in the U.S.


Last month, a week of winter weather cut power to hundreds of thousands of people in the Seattle area for several days.
A lot of those people were left pondering an old question: Why are their neighborhood power lines strung aboveground?
Nobody seems to have a complete answer.
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If Power Lines Fall, Why Don't They Go Underground? : NPR

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