When superstorm Sandy hit the US last October, parts of New York city were without power for weeks.
But new technology is allowing electricity companies to protect their networks better.
Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman reports from Tennessee.
- The emphasis on ''non-profit utility'' here cannot go unstated - again. New York (like most huge cities by contrast) has a for-profit electric utility. It makes a difference in more than just the price paid for the electricity when the focus is not always on shareholder dividends.....