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December 15, 2012

National Grid beginning $11 million upgrade

Underground cables being laid from Beverly to Cape Ann

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ElecComm estimates that the bulk of the work placing cables underground will be completed in the area by the end of January. There is little to no digging needed to install the cables, as they’re using existing manholes on the roads.

“A top priority of National Grid is to provide safe and reliable service to customers and businesses in the communities we serve,” said Marcy Reed, president of National Grid, Massachusetts. “Continuous investment in our infrastructure is vital to help reduce the occurrence of power outages and assure that we have capacity in the system to allow for economic growth.”

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