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Central Maine Power, subsidiary of , Inc., proudly serves 600,000 electric customers in Central & Southern Maine
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New England Clean Energy Connect Oct 18
After listening to community concerns, CMP has decided to amend the design for the Kennebec River crossing under the river rather than building the overhead lines. We hope this change will draw new and stronger support for
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Central Maine Power Oct 18
Replying to @Aktrez
Carmel is on the outage list. Estimated restoration time will be posted when updated is available.
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Central Maine Power Oct 18
Replying to @colwew @fredbever and 2 others
We've corrected the date on our web site! Thanks for pointing that out!
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Central Maine Power Oct 18
Replying to @Brimacv
High winds are causing scattered outages across our service area, especially in Piscataquis and SOmerset Counties. We will update our Outage Central page at with restoration estimates when info becomes available.
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Central Maine Power Oct 18
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Central Maine Power Oct 16
85,000 customers restored in about 15 hours... and we will not stop until the last one has power back. Thanks to all for your patience and understanding as we reach the final stage of recovery from this weather event. Our latest update:
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Central Maine Power Oct 16
We've actually made a bit more progress since posting this on our web site late this afternoon. By 7 p.m., we passed the 90 percent mark!
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Central Maine Power Oct 16
All available CMP crews are working to assess damage, restore service, and perform support tasks for the storm recovery. We are bringing in more crews from CT and NY affiliates and contractors to support the local workforce
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Central Maine Power Oct 16
We know customers are eager to learn when service will be restored! Our crews are working as efficiently & safely as possible to restore service to everyone
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kaitlyn anderson Oct 16
Tips for those who don't have power ⚡️ - Report it to () - If using emergency heat source - keep fuels away from flames & ventilate properly - Never use grills or camp stoves inside - Keep fridge/freezer closed - Turn off/unplug major appliances
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Central Maine Power Oct 16
Crews are working to de-energize downed lines for public safety & restore service as safely and efficiently as possible. We're bringing more personnel and equipment to assist the local workforce:
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Central Maine Power Oct 16
Gusty winds have caused outages throughout our service areas, mainly due to trees coming into contact w/ power lines. Crews are responding as quickly & safely as possible in order to restore service to our customers. Please report outages online at .
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Central Maine Power Oct 16
Replying to @kingkillian
Information is posted at . As the situation is changing rapidly right now, that information will change, too, so please keep checking.
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Central Maine Power Oct 15
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Central Maine Power Oct 10
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Central Maine Power Oct 9
Replying to @beadclerk
I have forwarded your question to the proper department and asked that they give you a call to advise on the timeline. Please accept my apologies for the lack of communication on this. Thank you for reaching out to us.
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Central Maine Power Oct 8
Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere. U.S. fire departments respond to an average of one home fire every 86 seconds? Visit the for more info on and safety planning materials at
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Central Maine Power Oct 7
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Central Maine Power retweeted
AVANGRID Oct 5
AGR Foundation & are thrilled to be energy sponsors for 's event Raise the Roof. We're committed to 's efforts in by supporting construction of 13 affordable homes for low/middle income residents in Greater Portland area
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Central Maine Power Oct 3
October is Month? Visit the for tips and tricks on how to conserve and better manager your energy all year long!
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