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FEA cancels planned outage

By NASIK SWAMI
Thursday, January 30, 2014

Update: 11:49AM THE FEA has cancelled all planned outages throughout the Western Division because of the inclement weather conditions.

Authority CEO Hasmukh Patel said the adverse weather conditions caused faults resulting in power outages to customers.

Mr Patel said restoration of power supply to affected customers had been hampered by the weather, and customers should expect delays in restoration of their power supply.

The authority also advised members of the public that all sagging or low-lying FEA power lines are to be treated as live and reported immediately.

Further enquiries can be made through FEAs customer contact centre on 132333 or emergency calls to 913.








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