Intermittent power outages over the weekend followed an island-wide blackout overnight on Thursday.
Residents in West Bay and George Town reported losing power on several occasions on Friday and Saturday.
The entire island was without power for around six hours on Thursday night, from just before 11 p.m.
The Caribbean Utilities Company reported that power was fully restored around 5:15 a.m. Friday.
Spokeswoman Pat Bynoe-Clarke said the cause was “a fault in the transmission and distribution system.” The company did not respond over the weekend to questions about the later power outages.
In overnight updates on Twitter and in emails to the press on Thursday and Friday, CUC said it restored power first in George Town by about 2:30 a.m. and, over the following three hours, across the rest of the island.
The last island-wide outage was in July when a generator problem knocked out the electricity service and it took about 12 hours to restore power for the entire island.