You guys have your own transformers. I did notice power issues around 5-530 pm yesterday but down by Janet's there was minimal disruptionPower outages have started here in Costambar, last night 5 hours, but of course the barrios were lit up like Christmas trees. I guess they don't want to piss of the natives.
Ack, currently on batteries.Hurry and pay those bills. More frequent power outages in my neighborhood this week than usual. A few hours last night and is currently off again today. Another interruption earlier in the week. It would be nice if Ede would host a status page on their websites to document interruptions that are not covered by the published weekly maintenance schedule. Big difference being out for a couple of hours or less and being out all day. It would be nice to know which scenario is in play.
Could be the same discussion as last year because the same situation of Edenorte and the corruption and incompetence show up again. That is my best guess as to why history repeats itself in this case.Jjj. Same discussion as last year.
Do not agree with your arguments.
Have not changed my standpoint, last year has only enforced them. Boring to start that discussion again, but for all means, open the thread and I might add to it.
Boring sitting in the house most of the time
Ok windy, you were against the improvements that made it possible for the first time to deliver power 24/7 to everyone during the months of curfew. Remember? people who got increased hours with power complains about higher bills. Tough crowdThe theft of power is much less than it was. Smart Meters and putting most transformers on poles helped to reduce theft by the common man.
As for businesses that steal power, that gets us back to the government running the power distribution scheme. Something that should NEVER happen.