Utility Crews Continue To Restore Power To Thousands In N.H. After High Winds
Utility crews continue to restore power to nearly 4,000 customers this morning after high winds caused significant outages across New Hampshire on Monday.
Eversourceresponded to more than 85,000 customers. By 8 a.m., the utility had just 1,082 outages.
We’ve made good progress restoring power to 85,000+ customers since this morning, despite pummeling winds throughout the day. 75 more crews are on their way, and we’ll continue to shift resources to the hardest-hit areas and work around-the-clock. More: https://t.co/VApi1gO7CE pic.twitter.com/F9jjPx9YhZ— Eversource NH (@EversourceNH) March 29, 2021
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative had 2,854 customers still affected, as of Tuesday morning. NHEC's larger pockets included Raymond, with 923 outages, Northfield, with 433, and Holderness, with 264.
Fresh crews from NB, Canada have joined the effort as we recover from today’s damaging winds. Power restored to approximately 10,000 members today; still 6,000 out. We will be restoring more overnight. Expect full restoration by tomorrow night. pic.twitter.com/YGKjnn1uTI— New Hampshire Electric Co-op (@NHEC_MEMBERNEWS) March 30, 2021