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Eversource Energy is a publicly traded utility company that operates primarily in the New England region of the United States. It is one of the largest energy delivery companies in the country, providing electricity and natural gas services to millions of customers.

No problems at Eversource

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POWER OUT: @EversourceCT reporting about 2,600 customers out of power statewide, with the heaviest concentration of outages in eastern Connecticut towns of #Griswold, #Sterling, #Plainfield and #Voluntown.

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Our crews are working to restore a small number of scattered power outages caused by the heavy rain and strong winds this morning. As gusts continue throughout the day, please remember to stay far away from any downed power lines and report them to 911 right away.

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DO YOU HAVE POWER? @EversourceCT is reporting outages in a number of communities. We're following it on @WTNH & WCTX

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This is especially important when @EversourceNH repeatedly deletes the outage report without fixing the outage or checking with the reporter that the outage is fixed

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Nobody told me that the suburbs consisted of frequent power outages. @EversourceMA

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A very large oak tree fell across Maple St. in Manchester, causing an outage for ~20 customers. Our crews are on the scene and clearing damage.

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Me constantly checking @EversourceNH to see how close the power outages are getting. #SnowStorm #thursdaymorning

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POWER OUTAGES: @EversourceCT reporting 6,487 right now.

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POWER OUTAGE: @EversourceCT reporting about 1,100 customers out of power - most of them in Stamford, Greenwich and New Milford where nearly 400 customers are in the dark.

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Plan ahead for potential power outages 🔦 if you lose power call @EversourceNH to report outages.

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OUTAGES: @EversourceCT reporting 356 outages in #WestHartford right now.

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In addition to more icing than forecasted, William Hinkle explains to @WMUR9 that another challenge this storm brought is a large number of outages requiring time-intensive repairs to restore only 1–2 customers at a time—which means it takes longer to bring everyone back on.

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In addition to more icing than forecasted, William Hinkle explains to @WMRU9 that another challenge this storm brought is a large number of outages requiring time-intensive repairs to restore only 1–2 customers at a time—which means it takes longer to bring everyone back on.

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Thank you @EversourceNH for restoring power ahead of schedule. There has to be a way of reducing mean time to restore service when it’s a minor issue.

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We have 100s of crews on the system this morning, dealing with damage—incl 27 broken poles—and outages from yesterday’s storm. So far, we’ve restored 48K customers (32K <5min via smart switches), with ~64K remaining. More out-of-state crews are on the way to help.

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With snow expected overnight into Saturday, our crews will be ready to respond to any power outages that may occur. Be sure to save our contact info 👇

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Did you catch our copter-saw on @WTNH yesterday? This method of trimming trees along our power lines to help reduce outages is safer and faster than having crews hike into rugged terrain and climb trees with saws to conduct the proactive maintenance. Take a look 👇

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With windy weather due to arrive soon, now is a great time to download our mobile app, so you’re ready to report an issue or check our outage map. While you’re at it, get that phone charged up, just in case! iPhone: Android:

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With windy weather due to arrive soon, now is a great time to download our mobile app, so you’re ready to report an issue or check our outage map. While you’re at it, get that phone charged up, just in case! iPhone: Android:

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With windy weather due to arrive soon, now is a great time to download our mobile app, so you’re ready to report an issue or check our outage map. While you’re at it, get that phone charged up, just in case! iPhone: Android:

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. @EversourceCT power outage Willington, CT

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Trees are the #1 cause of power outages during storms, and Diane B.’s dying tulip tree was a hazard waiting to happen. We appreciate her willingness to work with our team to make the area safe and help to keep power flowing reliably to her Beacon Falls neighborhood.