The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) pointed that out. No later than this coming Tuesday, October 31st, we will fully restore power in Acapulco, Guerrero, which was affected by hurricane Otis.
By its protocols, the company prioritizes essential services for the community, as they are immediately installed in emergency plants, mainly providing power to hospitals, communication systems, gas stations, public security facilities, civil protection, and establishments that provide priority services, he said. Millennium.
He pointed out that there are 2,219 electrical workers.
In the same way, he explained that more than 2 thousand tons of materials were brought there They added 3,500, which was already located on the site, before the meteorological phenomenon made landfall.
As of this Sunday, the CFE reported that the power supply was restored to 301,740, representing 58 percent of users affected by the storm Otis.
“During the night, the service for the water well in Raney was revived, one of the biggest challenges that night, above all because of the benefits it can provide to the community because it is considered a battery of many wells with many machines,” he said.
The hospital area is also left with an electricity supply, where the General Hospital, Military Hospital, Cancerology Hospital, and IMSS Hospital are located.
CFE detailed the 38 high-voltage lines that were damaged; 19 have been restored, which represents an increase of 50 percent in that area.
As for the circuits, of the 155 destroyed, 65 have been restored—that is, 42 percent, he said.
“The typhoon knocked down 10,083 poles, of which 3,211 were raised: 32 percent. By erecting an electrical network with many poles and towers, the system can be restored with greater agility,” he said.
The CFE emphasized that it will act efficiently and faithfully to help the people of Guerrero affected by the typhoon and will continue to do so. until the population has the electricity they need.