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Another example re: critical infrastructure providers converging under a single investor-owned utility banner: Pa. approves @AquaAmerica’s $4.3 billion expansion into natural gas. Now it wants to be Essential. inquirer.com/business/aqua-… via @PhillyInquirer #PrivateWater

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