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Yucatan at 95% in electric energy

by Yucatan Times
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After the passage of “Beryl,” some communities in the state are being affected by the storm.

During the weekend, Cyclone Beryl made landfall in Yucatan, although the damage was minor and there were no human losses, the effects on various communities and areas of the state were present, these problems included lack of electricity.

Hours before Beryl’s arrival, the CFE reported that no suspension of electrical energy was scheduled for any area of ​​the entity, so colonies, municipalities, or neighborhoods that would present an electrical energy problem would be due to the storm itself.

For this Sunday, July 7, now that the storm has ceased to be a risk for the Yucatan Peninsula, the CFE set out to fix all the problems and electrical failures that Beryl left behind.

Yucatán is currently at 95% of its operation in terms of electrical energy as several communities continue to report a lack of electricity.

Among the places that are still reporting this situation are:

  • Bugamnilias Street.
  • Ceiba Avenue.
  • Saramullo.
  • La Ceiba Subdivision of the Golf Club.

The residents of these areas hope that the CFE will address and resolve this problem as soon as possible.

TYT Newsroom

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