APUA says Weather Conditions No Longer Safe for Electricity Restoration

Apua electricity worker

APUA said:

Work on Electricity Faults has concluded for tonight. The current weather conditions are no longer safe for our crews to work through.

Our Contact Centre 311 remains operational for fault reporting. Please note that based on the nature of some faults it may result in an entire circuit/feeder losing power.

These outages or faults will be addressed tomorrow during our restoration exercise.

Please be patient when contacting our Contact Centre 311, we are experiencing higher than normal calls.

Thank you for your understanding. Please stay safe!

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  1. Well done guys, health comes first, you did your best tonight, let’s hope that all goes well and the whole island will receive full electricity tomorrow, stay safe guys.

  2. well me and the gyal go have plenty sex til morning and when the hole tired I put it in the the next….

    🤣 as a man say as likkle rain fall everybody want to bull!!!

      • oh gosh people type whatever they want, it was just pure humour and nobody asked you for a response Sandra ” Sandy Ass ” Clarke maybe you need some action in this weather to keep you busy or you wouldn’t be so offended. You need to be under a rock hard cock!!🤣

  3. Understood APUA. Your crews safety comes first.

    On a historical note, as FIONA was not even a hurricane and swathes of the island are out this morning… It beggars belief Sir Robin did not accept STC offer after Luis in 1995, to place all electricity cables underground.

    Imagine a solid, continuous electricity supply whatever the weather, what a concept.

    A concept that is a real option and maybe should be the APUA/Govt. medium term plan moving forwards.

    Curious how other APUA customers feel about this idea in 2022.

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