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Hurricane Irma cut power to nearly two-thirds of Florida's electricity customers

U.S. Energy Information Administration -------- Hurricane Irma struck Florida on September 10, 2017, and knocked out power to 6.7 million electricity customers—64% of all customer accounts in the state—according to reports compiled by the Florida Division of Emergency Management. About 100,000 customers (1% of the state total) remained without power as of September 19.The count of customers reflects the number of billed accounts or individual meters. The number of people affected by power outages is larger than the customers affected because more than one person may be covered by a single electric bill. Hurricane Irma also knocked out power to at least 1.3 million customers in Georgia and close to half a million customers in other states, but nearly all hurricane-related outages in states other than Florida have since been resolved. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

Hurricane Irma cut power to nearly two-thirds of Florida's electricity customers - Read More from EIA

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