The Electricity Authority (PREPA) announced this afternoon that production capacity will increase in the next few hours.
Thanks to “Aguirre plant unit # 1 synchronized with the island’s electrical system, it has returned to the computer as one of the most important basic units”.
Unit # 1 of the Aguirre Power Station is synchronized with the island’s electrical system, making it one of the most important basic units for the system, increasing production capacity over the next few hours. CC2 pic.twitter.com/HOFIVqv080
– Electricity Authority (@AEEONLINE) June 17, 2021
Yesterday, Luma Energy announced that “due to low generation capacity”, thousands of customers may experience service disruptions in the afternoon and evening.
As of 6:00 pm today, there are 24,370 subscribers without electricity, according to PREPA data.
Due to the low production capacity, you may experience power outages this afternoon and evening. Luma will notify affected departments and customers during this period, which begins at 5 p.m. Read the full report here: https://t.co/Cti9oY3ANL pic.twitter.com/Yig0RP9JhH