The Art of Bundling: Working Smarter Saves Customers Time and Money
Nobody wants to lose power. But in some instances, outages are necessary to safely maintain and upgrade the system. PG&E coworkers on the North Coast recently made the best of one necessary outage near Willits in Mendocino County. The Willits bundling project had roots in a single B-tag, the term for corrective action work that needs to be completed within 90 days. The team ultimately put together plans and executed on 11 jobs, including pole and transformer replacements and vegetation work, sparing customers the inconvenience of enduring multiple planned outages during the year.
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