Comision Federal de Electricidad issued the following announcement on Oct. 25.
The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) reports that with a cutoff at 5:00 pm this Thursday, October 25, the power supply of the customers that were affected after Hurricane Willa has been restored by 71 percent. by the states of Nayarit, Sinaloa, Durango and Michoacán.
The interruption of the electricity supply affected 117,567 customers out of a total of 4,447,525 from the states of Nayarit, Sinaloa, Durango and Michoacán, representing 2.87% of the clients in those entities. Of the customers whose electricity supply was affected, 83 thousand 473 customers have already been restored.
In Nayarit, a total of 64,974 households and businesses were affected, of which 63.47% have already been restored. In Sinaloa, a total of 46 thousand 689 homes and businesses were affected, of which 77.82% have already been restored. In Michoacán, 913 homes and businesses were affected, of which 99% have already been restored. In Durango, a total of 4,991 homes and businesses were affected, of which 99% have already been restored.
To meet the contingency, the CFE deployed 2 thousand 11 electrical workers, 422 cranes, 795 vehicles, 2 helicopters and 143 emergency plants.
The CFE appreciates the cooperation of the population that has been affected and requests that, as a safety measure, and in order to prevent accidents, avoid approaching the damaged electrical infrastructure such as poles, structures or cables on land, and places where the personnel of the CFE is making maneuvers for the restoration of the electricity supply.
Likewise, it asks users to report any anomaly about their electricity supply or damage to the electrical infrastructure to the 071 phone number or to the Twitter account @CFE_Contigo.
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