Thursday, May 24, 2012

Americans Have Low Tolerance for Power Outages, Survey Finds

While the results of the survey referenced in this article we found from the American Public Power Association (APPA) are less than earth shattering, it is interesting to see how Americans' tolerance for life without electricity translates into numbers. This is especially true as the conversation shifts to how much those surveyed would be willing to pay to ensure that outages be kept to a minimum. The article is a great validation for Johnson City Power Board's performance as our rates remain among some of the lowest in the nation while our system reliability is among the highest. Read the article for yourself and consider how much our service is really worth to you, your work, and your family.

Americans have low tolerance for power outages, survey finds

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