Endesa works on 200 open electrical incidents in Canary Islands by storm ‘Hermine’, through its subsidiary E-Distribución. That translates, according to the electricity company, into some 1,800 customers affected by interruptions at the regional level, to whom the fluid will be restored throughout Sunday afternoon.
Low voltage incidents are widely scattered throughout the island geographyhighlighting Tenerife and Gran Canaria as the islands most devastated by the storm.
E-Distribución started up from the afternoon of Friday, September 23, coinciding with the start of adverse weather eventa exceptional device of 200 people to minimize as far as possible the electrical consequences to users.
Endesa’s human team moves on-site to troubleshoot when circumstances demand it. At this time, maximum care is taken that the operators act with guarantees for their physical safety. In some parts of the islands the road closures and landslides due to heavy rains They are making this performance more complicated.
for now, the municipalities most affected by breakdowns They have been on the island of Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Gáldar, Telde, Arucas, Agüimes and Santa Lucía de Tirajana. In Tenerife, Güimar, Tacoronte, Arona, La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Granadilla.
The non-capital islands have hardly registered faults, except Fuerteventura where one was registered. line disconnection in Corralejoan incident already corrected by the E-Distribution team.