By Richard Brooks I’m reasonably certain this one wouldn’t have been on my risk register. But if it was, the likelihood would be epsilon small – and I would be wrong!They roost on power lines and leave droppings on insulators. When the dried droppings combine with fog or light rain, the mixture conducts electricity and creates a bridge along the insulator “skirts,” which causes a fault on..
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