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Central Maine Power, subsidiary of , Inc., proudly serves 600,000 electric customers in Central & Southern Maine
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Central Maine Power Jun 20
Summer can bring sun and fun, but also some crazy weather! We’re ready; are you?
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Central Maine Power Jun 19
Update on Penobscot County outage: Crews found a tree on a transmission line near the Carmel Substation. We are working to switch the feed to get service back to most towns right away. Service in immediate area of Carmel may be out a couple more hours while crews fix damage.
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Central Maine Power Jun 19
Replying to @Aktrez
A problem on a transmission line has disrupted power to several circuits serving towns on both sides of the I-95 corridor from Palmyra to Hermon. We have crews en route to find and fix the problem as soon as possible.
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Central Maine Power Jun 18
Replying to @realsweetsarah
The best way to report an outage is at or by calling 1.800.696.1000. Either method works 24/7, automatically creates a report in our outage system, and dispatches a crew.
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Central Maine Power Jun 18
Replying to @SuperDucharme
A faulty switch on our system caused power problems in Auburn Sunday morning. Thanks for your patience while our crews quickly found and fixed the problem.
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Central Maine Power Jun 12
Replying to @LesleyKnopf
Clicking on "View My Bill" should produce a pdf file; most likely showing as a small tab near the bottom of your screen. If this is not happening, please DM your account/contact info and we can have someone troubleshoot for you.
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Central Maine Power Jun 11
Replying to @datJCE
Animal contact at a local substation disrupted the power feed to several circuits Sunday. Power was restored in about 45 minutes. 2/2
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Central Maine Power Jun 11
Replying to @datJCE
The best way to report an outage is at or by calling 1.800.696.1000. Either method works 24/7, automatically creates a report in our outage system, and dispatches a crew. 1/2
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Central Maine Power Jun 8
Replying to @elsbetm
The best way to report an outage is at or by calling 1.800.696.1000. Either method works 24/7, automatically creates a report in our outage system, and dispatches a crew. Looks like we are already on it and restoring service.
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Central Maine Power Jun 6
Robyn, we're glad to hear they did a good job with the trees, but sorry about the cigarette butts left behind. If you could please send a private message with the location, I can have our arborist follow up with them. Thanks!
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Central Maine Power May 25
Know who’s at the door or on the phone. Ask for ID and verify before providing any personal or financial info. To confirm, call the number listed on your bill or the web. Don’t use a callback number provided by the caller.
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Central Maine Power May 24
We're excited to announce a $100K grant to to support their new distribution center in Hampden! This grant will help get an additional 10MM meals to struggling families in ME :
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Central Maine Power May 11
Replying to @kevinj1264
The best way to report an outage is at or by calling 1.800.696.1000. Either method works 24/7, automatically creates a report in our outage system, and dispatches a crew.
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Central Maine Power May 10
Flights are done to help spot potential problems with equipment like broken poles & trees or to spot unauthorized use. This year it's being conducted... by helicopter!
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Central Maine Power May 9
Replying to @cathmcm13
The outage affecting Biddeford was caused by a motor vehicle hitting a pole on the Goodwin Mills Road. Power was back up just before 9 a.m.
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Central Maine Power May 6
Our final update for this storm event. Thanks to everyone for their patience and understanding!
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Central Maine Power May 5
Evening update: We have passed the 90 percent mark in power restoration
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Central Maine Power May 5
Crews are working to restore service as safely and efficiently as possible. For more information:
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Central Maine Power May 5
Replying to @SugarloafMaine
You're most welcome!
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