Storm Damage Update

FirstEnergy Restores Power to Thousands

FirstEnergy, a leading energy company, has made significant progress in restoring power to the communities affected by recent storms. Out of approximately 310,000 customers who lost power, over 247,000 have already seen their service restored. However, due to the extent of the damage and ongoing inclement weather, restoration efforts will continue over the next few days, with a particular focus on Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Duke Energy Works Tirelessly to Bring Relief

Another major player in the energy sector, Duke Energy, has also been working tirelessly to restore service to those impacted by the storms. Out of more than 500,000 customers who experienced power outages in the Carolinas, over 425,000 have had their power restored. This demonstrates Duke Energy’s commitment to ensuring the well-being of their customers.

Con Edison Outage Map Shows Improvement

In New York, Con Edison has marked significant progress in their restoration efforts. As of Wednesday afternoon, the company’s outage map indicated that only 322 customers were still without power. This is a testament to Con Edison’s dedication to swift action and efficient restoration.

PSE&G and PSEG Long Island Making Strides

Meanwhile, Public Service Enterprise’s New Jersey utility PSE&G, which serves 2.3 million customers, reported that around 10,000 customers remained without electric service. However, restoration had been successful for approximately 65,000 customers earlier in the day. Similarly, PSEG Long Island reported that only 4,636 out of their roughly 1.2 million customers were still without power, following restoration efforts that benefited over 19,400 customers.

These companies are actively assessing and addressing storm-related damage to ensure the timely restoration of power to their customers. While challenges persist due to the scale of the damage and inclement weather conditions, their commitment to the communities they serve remains unwavering.

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