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A new system has been installed in some of New York City’s most famous residential buildings, including the Empire State Building, the American Museum of Natural History and the National Gallery of Art.
The installation was ordered by the city to deal with an overheating problem in the residential buildings’ power systems.
The city’s electrical regulators and the city’s Department of Public Works ordered the installation, which will be used for about two months, in May and June of this year.
A new system of cooling systems was installed in the buildings to deal more effectively with the overheating.
The New York Electric Power Authority (NYEPA) said the system has reduced the average voltage of the cooling system by more than 50%, and the amount of electricity used by the cooling systems has dropped by more and more.
New York’s power plants are under pressure because of the citywide power crisis and because of an increase in electricity demand caused by the global financial crisis.
The power supply for the Empire state Building is also in trouble.
It has been experiencing power outages for months.
Power outages in New York are now at a record high, and in the past week there have been five outages of a total of 15 minutes in New Jersey, according to the NYSE.