How N.J. power companies are preparing for a work-from-home future

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As COVID-19′s omicron variant surges across New Jersey, an untold number of workers and students are back at home at least part-time, yet again upending our return to normal. For many companies, there is no return-to-office date anymore as they recognize the benefits of working at home for employees, whose demand for flexibility during the pandemic has reshaped the future of work. The digital, connected World relies on uninterrupted electricity in order to stay productive. The power keeps spreadsheets, video conference calls, screen-sharing, cloud computing and the email of home-based freelanc…

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