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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 3h
This 1914 line truck was ready to roll. 104 years later we're still ready, but now with electric line trucks that reduce CO2 emissions and help keep Maine green.
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Central Maine Power 13h
New texting features for you! Get info about your usage, bill or an outage by texting us - we'll text you back! Learn more on our website.
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AVANGRID Apr 18
Happy National Lineman Appreciation Day! Here's too all of Avangrid's lineworkers for all their hard work & dedication, working safely & around the clock to keep our communities up & running. Thank you!
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Central Maine Power Apr 18
Replying to @keito107
Our prices have not changed since July 2017; we are working with the MPUC to develop a plan that passes the benefits from the tax law changes along to customers.
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Central Maine Power Apr 18
Central Maine Power responds to higher-than-average electricity bills:
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GMRI Apr 18
These boys are working together to gather data on how different species interact at the observation tank. Special thanks to the funders who made their visit possible: , , and Central Maine Power ().
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Central Maine Power Apr 17
Replying to @DavidWMTW
Indeed, we are close to wrapping up restoration from yesterday's high winds and rain. In the past 24 hours, we've restored to nearly 22,000 customers who lost service at some point during the storm. Restoration estimates by county/town at
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Central Maine Power Apr 16
Replying to @DavidWMTW
Franklin County outage caused by motor vehicle striking pole on Rt. 27, Carrabassett Valley. Estimated restoration 9:30 a.m.
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Central Maine Power Apr 4
Replying to @jessicacorbett @WGME
You can go to , click on "make a one-time payment on line" (it's in the green stripe near the middle of the screen), and pay using your bank account, debit card, or credit card.
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Central Maine Power Apr 2
Replying to @michaelbdumas
We did have a bad connection Friday night on the line that serves you. Our crews fixed it and the problem should be solved now.
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AVANGRID Mar 15
Avangrid Foundation is pleased to announce a partnership w/ the Disaster Program. The Foundation funds philanthropic investments where our subsidiaries operate, strengthening community preparedness. For more info:
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Central Maine Power Mar 14
Crews are responding to outages caused by heavy snow from the that just won't quit. Estimated restoration times will be updated here:
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Central Maine Power Mar 13
We know it can be tempting, but try to avoid peeking into your refrigerator or freezer. If you keep the door shut, your food will stay cold or frozen longer
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Central Maine Power Mar 13
We currently have 13 customers w/o power, mainly in Lincoln County. 90 of our line crews are now in service for the with additional crews on standby
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Central Maine Power Mar 13
If your power is interrupted, turn off all major appliances like water pumps & electric water heaters and sensitive electronic equipment like TVs & computers, otherwise circuits could overload when our repair crews restore your service
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Central Maine Power Mar 13
Have a power outage and need to report it to CMP? Call us at 800-696-1000 or visit us at 🌨️
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Central Maine Power Mar 12
Landline phones will most likely stop working so ensure your cell phones & mobile devices are fully charged
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Central Maine Power Mar 12
Need some tips on how to be ? Visit our Storm Safety page for tips on how to be prepared for any storms ahead
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Central Maine Power Mar 12
Needing electricity for life-sustaining equipment during a power outage can be overwhelming. We want to make sure that our customers are prepared during emergencies. We urge any of our life support customers to call us at 800-750-4000
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Central Maine Power Mar 12
Replying to @MEGatron12192
We coordinate with phone and cable companies during storm recovery. Our restoration work was completed for the final customers Saturday. So if your cable's still out, it makes sense to call your cable company.
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