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Posts Tagged ‘Rockaway’

Breezy Point, Queens – NYC Hurricane Sandy Aftermath

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Not for broadcast- After traveling back down to Broad Channel & Rockaway Beach to document the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, I attempting to make my way to one of the worst hit areas of the Rockaway’s, the town of Breezy Point. Upon getting there I was floored when I saw first hand, just how much […]

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Hurricane Sandy and Alternative Power Sources

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Thousands remain without power due to hurricane Sandy, but in the future microgrids might serve as backup generators during extreme weather. –Burke Moeller on YouTube. Sunshine now powers Rockaway Beach Surf Club, which has been turned into a relief center for Hurricane Sandy. This first solar generator installation by Power Rockaways Resilience took place this […]

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Hurricane Sandy Recovery: Assessing the Damage & Beginning To Rebuild

Monday, November 5th, 2012

On New York City’s Staten Island: New Dorp Beach Residents Starting Over From Scratch Work On The Brooklyn Battery Tunnel Continues In Rockaway, ¬†Queens, Resilient NY Residents Find Food And Clothing Beach Erosion in Ocean City, MD Assessing The Power Line Damage in Worcester, MA

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Sandy Aftermath: Did Our Infrastructure Pass the Test?

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

The worst is over from Hurricane Sandy, but now repairs and cleanup must begin. Take a look at the videos below to see how some of our infrastructure held up against Sandy.

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