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Susan E. Faloon

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Emera Maine
970 Illinois Avenue
Bangor , Maine 04402
United States

Company Description: To be a progressive energy leader in our region in advancing solutions that improve the lives of our customers and community. Electricity will be the preferred...   more

Employment History


  • Bachelor of Arts degree , Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations
    University of Maine
  • Associates Degree , Broadcast Communications
    New England School of Communications
  • Business
    Husson College
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Susan E. Faloon, ..., 7 Jan 2015 [cached]
Susan E. Faloon, 207-973-2550
Susan Faloon, Emera ..., 9 Nov 2014 [cached]
Susan Faloon, Emera spokesperson, said late last week that most customers were expected to have the lights back on by Friday.
Faloon and Richardson did say they realize that for customers without power, any amount of time can seem like a long wait for it to be restored.
"There are just as many linemen under Emera Maine as there was before under Bangor Hydro [and] Maine Public," Faloon said. "In fact, the Bangor Hydro District can now draw on linemen from the Maine Public District and vice versa, so we already have more lineworkers on staff even before an event."
The storm knocked down about 85 poles, she said, 13 of which belong to FairPoint.
"We have as many field workers as we can safely manage," Faloon said. "It's more a matter of the time it takes to make repairs."
It can take up to four hours to replace just one pole, she said.
"In some cases, we have multiple trees on the same line, [and] in one case, there were 10 trees on one line," Faloon said.
She said the ongoing strike of unionized FairPoint communications workers has had no adverse impact on the pole or transmission line repairs.
"It's not an uncommon occurrence when ..., 17 Oct 2014 [cached]
"It's not an uncommon occurrence when there is a load change like that," said Susan Faloon, Emera Maine's director of communications.
Scott said it is a minor inconvenience for a technology he believes is the wave of the future.
He and his wife - who founded and own the chain Mom's Organic Market, in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Virginia and Philadelphia - said they bought the car as an environmental statement.
The dissatisfied customer in the area ..., 26 Dec 2013 [cached]
The dissatisfied customer in the area threatened to kill someone if his power was not restored, Bangor Hydro spokesperson Susan Faloon said.
The customer first approached a crew in his area and asked if the repairs they were working on at that time would restore power to his home, according to Faloon. He was told they would not.
The customer then returned to his home and called the Bangor Hydro service center to express his frustration.
Faloon paraphrased the man's threat to the service center worker: "If that crew doesn't turn around and get my power back on I'm probably going to lose it. I'm probably going to kill someone."
And while Faloon acknowledged the frustration many are experiencing, she noted that "any kind of threat or harassment is going to be taken very seriously."
"We get it," Faloon said.
At least 275 Bangor Hydro workers are in the field working to restore power, Faloon said. Another 98 people are answering calls and supporting the effort in the field.
Faloon said that repeated efforts to call the service center only hold up progress. She also added that customers should not take matters into their own hands and attempt to clear power lines themselves because some lines may be active.
Bangor Hydro lineman Kevin O'Connell, ..., 21 Dec 2013 [cached]
Bangor Hydro lineman Kevin O'Connell, right, and Gerard Turgeon prepare to remedy an electrical problem in Brewer on Friday. Bangor Hydro communications officer Susan Faloon says the company is keeping a close eye on this weekends impending ice and snow and is prepared for the worst.
Bangor Hydro communications officer Susan Faloon says the company is keeping a close eye on this weekends impending ice and snow and is prepared for the worst. Buy Photo
Susan Faloon, spokeswoman for Bangor Hydro, said people should be prepared if there are extended periods of power loss.
"If we do see an extended outage event, we encourage people to call to make sure we are aware of it," said Faloon. "Make sure you have batteries and a flashlight. We recommend people having a backup plan. No amount of preparation is too much. Think ahead and have a place to go [if there's an extended power loss]."
Faloon also warned people to not move anything if a tree limb falls onto a power line.
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