The LUMA Energy consortium reported Wednesday that due to generation issues, subscribers could continue to “experience temporary outages in electrical service tonight.”
ATTENTION: Due to generation issues, temporary service outages may persist. We will continue to attend @employee And you are working to resolve this situation.
To reduce additional interruptions, conserve power if possible: https://t.co/72d5C13U8k
– LUMA Puerto Rico (@lumaenergypr) June 7, 2023
The company responsible for energy transmission and distribution stated in its social networks that it continues to assist technical personnel from the Electric Energy Authority (AEE) to resolve the situation that is occurring in the midst of the scourge of extreme heat that will spread until this time. Saturday, according to the National Weather Service in San Juan.
For its part, the press office of PREPA reports that both the company’s employees and the energy conglomerate’s employees continue to work to repair both the emergency transformer and the feed water regulating valve in the unit 2 boiler of the Aguirre power station. Salinas.
Advance Payment Information | PREPA’s Executive Director, Engineer Josué A. Colón Ortiz, inspects the ongoing work being done by AEE’s technical staff and @employee To repair the emergency transformer and boiler feed water regulating valve in the center… pic.twitter.com/j4nfq8c2B0
– Electric Energy Authority (AEEONLINE) June 7, 2023
However, the company announced that the said generating unit may operate again tomorrow, Thursday.
On the other hand, PREPA noted that the coal company AES, in Guayama, “continues to work on reforming the system for crushing coal and units remain at limited capacity.”
To date, the total generation in Puerto Rico is 2,847 MW.
On the other hand, LUMA’s “Service Status” page was found with “Problems connecting to our systems”.