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Midwest Energy Managers Should Prepare for a Stormy Winter, Says StatWeather

power linesAccording to an expert in weather modeling and prediction, it’s going to be a cold, stormy winter for parts of the Midwest United States, so energy managers in that region should plan accordingly.

“Chicago, Ohio, Detroit will be most susceptible to stormy, cold, volatile weather, during October continuing to run cool into December, with January being the height of storminess, said Ria Persad, president and CEO of StatWeather, a company that does weather modeling for energy trading, energy management and demand response clients.

Read more at Energy Manager Today.

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