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Alabama’s Infrastructure Receives a “C-” Grade for the Second Time

On Thursday, March 31, the Alabama Section of ASCE unveiled its 2022 Report Card for Alabama’s Infrastructure, the state’s first report card since 2015. The report assigned the state’s systems a cumulative grade of “C-”, which is on par with the national grade of “C-“ and the same grade the state received in its 2015......

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New Report: Modernize and Invest in Electrical Infrastructure to Accommodate Energy Transitions and Prevent More Harm to Families, Businesses, and Economy

In the past few weeks, states across the country have experienced an onslaught of power outages due to more severe storms and rising heat temperatures–from Iowa to Texas. And then there’s California, a state that’s faced extreme weather, spurring fire tornadoes, lightning storms, record heat. In August, the Golden State has also recently instituted rolling......

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