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LCEC Restoration Update – Oct. 10 – 7 a.m.

LCEC Restoration Update – Oct. 10 – 7 a.m.

October 10th, 2022

October 10, 2022 – Crews made good progress yesterday working to restore power to the remaining customers out of power. A harsh lightning storm last evening knocked out power to pockets of customer who had previously been restored and crews will return to restore power at those locations today. Just over 11,000 customers in Cape […]

LCEC Power Restoration Update – Oct. 9 – 6:30 a.m.

October 9th, 2022

October 9, 2022 – Today, utility workers continue to work aggressively toward restoring power to the remaining LCEC residents out of service in Lee County. Customers in all other parts of the six-county LCEC service territory are essentially restored with some clean-up remaining and customers unable to receive power making repairs to homes and businesses […]

LCEC Power Restoration Update – Oct. 8 – 8 p.m.

October 8th, 2022

October 8, 2022 – Eleven days after Hurricane Ian left an unforgettable mark on Southwest Florida, the monumental effort to repair and rebuild infrastructure, and to restore power to LCEC customers following a historic and unprecedented storm, continues around the clock. Initial restoration estimates, based on assessments at the time, were hopeful and optimistic. While […]

LCEC helps deliver internet and cellular to barrier islands

October 8th, 2022

October 8, 2022 – LCEC is partnering with Crown Castle to provide a Verizon connection through the fiber optic cables from the LCEC transmission line in Cape Coral. The focus of this collaboration is to restore internet and cellular service to Pine Island and Sanibel-Captiva Island. LCEC is also working with Comcast and Lumen to […]

LCEC Restoration Update – Oct. 8 – 6 a.m.

October 8th, 2022

October 8, 2022 – LCEC employees and the army of mutual aid line workers, tree trimmers, suppliers, vendors, local and state officials, and community supporters reached the 72  percent  restoration mark this morning. Many parts of its six-county territory have been mostly restored for customers able to receive power. Close to 2,500 crews will continue […]

LCEC Restoration Update – Oct. 7 – 5:30 p.m.

October 7th, 2022

P.M Area Update Cust. On Cust. Out Total Cust Marco Island 18,924 658 19,582 Immokalee 15,435 305 15,740 Carnestown 2,957 282 3,239 Lehigh Acres 32,829 297 33,126 North Fort Myers 35,314 20,965 56,279 Cape Coral 53,198 41,078 94,276 Pine Island 0 7,398 7,398 Sanibel 0 10,946 10,946 Total 158,657 81,929 240,586 Percentage 66% 34%

LCEC Restoration Update – Oct. 7. – 7 a.m.

October 7th, 2022

October 7, 2022 – A week into restoration of power to SWFL after the most destructive hurricane in the area’s history, LCEC has restored power to 62 percent of its six-county customer base ready to receive power. Complete restoration is a monumental task, especially on the barrier islands of Sanibel and Pine Island. LCEC and […]

LCEC Restoration Update – Oct. 6 – 6 p.m.

October 6th, 2022

P.M Area Update Cust. On Cust. Out Total Cust Marco Island 18,878 704 19,582 Immokalee 15,593 147 15,740 Carnestown 2,923 316 3,239 Lehigh Acres 32,766 360 33,126 North Fort Myers 28,859 27,420 56,279 Cape Coral 34,586 59,690 94,276     Total 133,605 88,637 222,242 Percentages 60% 40% *Excludes Sanibel and Pine Island until access is […]

Assessing damage to your home and business following Hurricane Ian

October 6th, 2022

October 6, 2022 – LCEC urges customers remaining without power to inspect damage to their home or business as a result of Hurricane Ian. It is essential to understand what LCEC is responsible for and what the customer is responsible for. Use caution and be aware of possible downed power lines. Visually inspect the electric facilities […]

LCEC Restoration Update – Oct. 6 – 6 a.m.

October 6th, 2022

October 6, 2022 – The effort to restore power to customers in SWFL is a collaboration of State and local agencies, cooperatives, investor-owned, and municipal utilities, contractors, vendors, suppliers, and hundreds of support personnel. At the end of today, there will be just over 2,300 line and vegetation crews working on power restoration to the […]

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