Global supply chain issues across the nation will result in major LCEC service delays extending through 2023. There is no exact timeline on the supply disruption until material manufacturing delays and raw material shortages are rectified.
Natural gas price increases and summer heat are impacting power costs resulting in above average bills. Visit energy efficiency pages below for tips to save.
Although Erika path seems uncertain at this time, the LCEC Restoration Team is planning for the potential impact to its vast service territory. Crews have been dispatched from the panhandle and Georgia and will begin arriving to the area late Sunday evening. Resources such as fuel, water, ice, repair materials, and lodging are lined up and nearly 400 employees are on standby to support restoration efforts. In addition, LCEC representative are set to report to Lee, Collier, Marco, Sanibel, and Cape Coral Emergency Operations Centers if activated.
Customers are asked to spend time during the weekend to trim vegetation and secure items that can blow into power lines during heavy winds.
LCEC does not intentionally disconnect power in storm situations unless requested by emergency agencies. As the storm blows through, nature takes its course. Once it is safe to work, LCEC begins to assess the damage and the restoration process begins. For more information, visit the Storm Center located on the Reliability tab of www.lcec.net.
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