After the storm, Irma announced on Sunday, Eric Silforg, the chief executive of Florida Power and Light (FPL) that more than 2 million families and businesses in South Florida will receive a one-week energy recovery. FPL communications director Rob Gould also told that the exposed area saw a rebuilding of wholesale power grid, which could be considered the “longest return to US history.” FPL provides more than 10 million customers in Florida.
More than 660,000 congestions have been reported in Broward County, while Miami-Dade County has seen 888,530 blasts – the region will experience the most – reported Sun Sentinel. Palm Beach County subsequently reached a total of 458,840 disruptions.
Gould explains the healing power of healing. “We hope that because of the downturn, many of our customers have a day or more because, as in an emergency, they can also get staff and work,” he told Sun-Sentinel.
Silagy told the Miami Herald that 17,000 line workers and vegetarians were ready for recovery work on Monday. It is expected that 29 state partners will participate in FPL repair personnel.
Start of the recovery operation
If some areas use electricity, there is no guarantee that they will not lose energy, Gould said. At the start of the recovery operation, the FPL’s own plant, substations and fractions will have priority. The company then deals with hospitals, police and fire stations, water treatment facilities and communication facilities, said Sun Sentinel. Gas stations, supermarkets, pharmacies and city centers need to be prioritized.
It is recommended that repair and recovery take up more than one million fertilizers, but the cost of the country’s operations is unknown, telling The Miami Herald.
The big power outage resembles Andrew’s Florida hurricane in 1992 when people had to wait a week to continue the week. So far, most southern florets face a hot and hot night.