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At least 16,000 homes and businesses in George Town were without power on Saturday afternoon.
Electricity has been restored to most of the customers impacted by this morning's power outage in East End, the Caribbean Utilities Company reported.
Technical issues with one of Caribbean Utilities Company's larger generators led to power outages across various districts in Grand Cayman this afternoon.
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Faults in the control systems of three major generating units at the Caribbean Utilities Company's North Sound plant led to Sunday's widespread power outage, CUC stated Monday.
CUC is advising customers on Fountain Road in West Bay that they will experience interruptions to their electrical service on Friday, 20 Sept. between 9am and 4pm.
CUC has issued an advisory that customers on Bimini Drive off Shamrock Road in the Grand Harbour area should expect interruptions to their electrical service on Sunday, 4 Aug., between 7am and 1pm.
Upgrade work on the Bodden Town substation is “near completion”, according to the Caribbean Utilities Company.
People in the Crystal Harbour area should expect short interruptions (of no more than 5 minutes) to their electrical service on Wednesday between 10-11am, according to a Caribbean Utilities Company statement.
The Caribbean Utilities Company says recent power outages east of Prospect are happening because the company is working on putting a better system in place.
CUC is advising its customers in the Randyke Gardens area and on Halifax Road off the Linford Pierson Highway in George Town that they will experience interruptions to their electrical service on Thursday and Friday.
More than 14,000 CUC customers lost power Wednesday night when an “equipment failure” blacked out portions of West Bay, George Town, Prospect and Savannah for nearly an hour.
The Caribbean Utilities Company is planning a scheduled outage for customers on North Sound Road in George Town on Sunday, May 5.
The Caribbean Utilities Company is advising its customers in North Sound Road, George Town, that they will experience interruptions to their service from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 14.
The Caribbean Utilities Company has planned a scheduled power interruption for the Randyke Gardens area, off the Linford Pierson Highway, in George Town that will take place Friday.
Some Caribbean Utilities Company customers in West Bay will experience power outages between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Wednesday, according to the company.
Caribbean Utilities Company is advising its West Bay customers that they will experience some interruptions to their electrical service on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
The CUC advised customers Thursday that there will be a planned service interruption Tuesday morning in the Birch Tree Hill, Mount Pleasant, Barkers, Batabano and The Shores areas in West Bay.
The Caribbean Utilities Company is advising its customers in the Mount Pleasant area of West Bay that they will experience interruptions to their service on Monday, Oct. 15 between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Three buildings in downtown George Town lost power Wednesday morning after fuses in a transformer blew.
An American visitor who hit a utility pole with his car and caused an islandwide power outage on Cayman Brac over the weekend appeared in Summary Court Wednesday, when he pleaded guilty to six charges arising from the incident.
Caribbean Utilities Company is advising commercial customers in the Galleria Plaza on West Bay Road that they will experience interruptions to their electrical service early next week.
The Caribbean Utilities Company has advised customers in the Mount Pleasant and The Shores areas of West Bay that they will experience a service interruption on Friday. The planned interruption will start around 9 a.m. and continue until 2:30 p.m.
Cayman’s energy infrastructure is generally reliable, but accidents do happen. Whenever the power goes out – morning or night, holiday, weekend or workday – residents can trust that CUC is ready to respond.
A woman was injured after the car she was driving smashed through a garden wall and brought down two power poles on North West Point Road on Monday afternoon.
Power outages affected wide swaths of Grand Cayman on Wednesday night from around 7:15 p.m., including areas in George Town, Bodden Town, West Bay and Prospect.
Equipment failure during scheduled maintenance and upgrade work on a transmission loop led to power outages in a number of districts on Grand Cayman Friday, the Caribbean Utilities Company said.
Caribbean Utility Company customers in Frank Sound, Bodden Town and South Sound found themselves without electrical power on Wednesday morning.
A driving mishap caused a power outage in Seven Mile Beach and Camana Bay on Monday night, according to the Caribbean Utilities Company.
Six days after a power outage left a quarter of Caribbean Utilities Company’s customers without electricity and left the international film festival CayFilm in the dark, CUC sent out a statement explaining the three-hour service disruption.
Problems with Caribbean Utility Company’s two new $85 million diesel generators are responsible for at least seven power outages in the Northward area since mid-April.
A fire on a Caribbean Utilities Company pole cut power to about 1,700 customers in West Bay on Wednesday night.
As part of testing of new generators, Caribbean Utilities Company customers could see short power outages Tuesday afternoon, according to a CUC spokesman.
A power outage affected Caribbean Utilities Company customers across Grand Cayman Tuesday evening.
Some electricity customers in West Bay, Bodden Town and George Town lost power for more than an hour Tuesday morning, Caribbean Utilities Company reported.
A predawn car crash Saturday was blamed for knocking out power to a large area of West Bay for several hours.