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Power Restoration Map: Tracking Hurricane Beryl Outages Across Texas

 
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CenterPoint Energy mobilizes resources to restore power after Hurricane Beryl.

description: an anonymous image of utility workers in hard hats and safety vests repairing power lines in a residential neighborhood. the workers are using specialized equipment to restore electricity to homes affected by the storm.

The impact of Hurricane Beryl started Sunday along the Texas coast, with heavy rainfall, storm surge and swells with life-threatening conditions. As the storm made landfall, power outages began to affect communities across the state. CenterPoint Energy, a major utility provider in Texas, quickly responded by mobilizing thousands of resources and approximately 11,500 workers to help restore power to over 1.5 million customers.

As of 8 a.m. CT, more than 1.5 million were without power across Texas after Hurricane Beryl made landfall. See the power outage map to track the areas affected by the storm. The map provides real-time updates on the status of power restoration efforts and allows customers to stay informed about when their electricity will be restored.

In addition to the widespread outages in Texas, power outages in Nevada County have affected over 4,000 PG&E customers, while a power outage in Calaveras County has affected over 3,000 residents. Utility companies across the country are working tirelessly to assess and repair damage caused by the storm, ensuring that power is restored as quickly and safely as possible.

Tracking Eversource and United Illuminating power outages in Connecticut is another key aspect of the recovery process. These utility providers are working around the clock to address outages and provide updates to customers. Thousands of Fall River residents were without power Saturday morning, as National Grid reported an outage. As of 9:45 a.m., power appeared to be slowly coming back online for some customers.

NEW ORLEANS — Power was restored for some Entergy customers after a power outage Friday evening. At one point 1,410 customers were without power, highlighting the widespread impact of the storm on electrical infrastructure. Update, 5 p.m. — Mountain Parks Electric states that power has been restored. Mountain Parks Electric is currently responding to a large-scale outage affecting multiple communities.

Overall, the power restoration efforts following Hurricane Beryl are a testament to the dedication and hard work of utility workers across the country. Despite the challenges presented by the storm, communities are coming together to support one another and ensure that power is restored in a timely manner. The power outage map serves as a valuable tool for residents to track the progress of restoration efforts and stay informed about when electricity will be back up and running.

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