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During a major outage, our main goal is to restore power to the greatest number of members in the shortest time possible, but we will not jeopardize the safety of the response teams or the public.
Everyone should be prepared to go without power for several days depending on the severity of the damages. Once it is safe, crews begin a methodical restoration effort. Here's how it works:
An army of Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op crews, co-op crews from out of state and contractor crews are ready to hit the ground running at daybreak tomorrow to begin clearing damages from Hurricane Florence.
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Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op has been able to send personnel into the field to take an initi
Hurricane Florence dealt a heavy blow to Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op’s system, with all of its 40,000 services without power.
(CCEC) lost power to its nearly 40,000 services around 10 p.m. Thursday as Hurricane Florence stalled just off the coast.
Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op members do not need to call to report they have lost power due to Hurricane Florence.
As Hurricane Florence continues to pound our coast, more than half of Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative (CCEC) services had lost power by 5 p.m. Thursday.
CCEC crews must wait for conditions to subside before going out to assess damages and begin repairs, meaning power may be out for three to four days or even more.
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative (CCEC) is feeling the impact of Hurricane Florence, with more than 8,200 outages reported as of 2:45 p.m.
Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op has pulled in all crews to wait out Hurricane Florence as wind conditions have made it too dangerous for them to work safely.