How to determine the regularity of electricity in a certain Sector?

Expat13

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I am looking to move to another area and want to know with "certainty" what the blackouts are. Is there a notation on the Edesur bill which gives insight into this?

My desireable areas include Mirador Norte, Las Maestra, Reneciento, El Milloncito, El Millon 1 and 2, Las Praderas, maybe Arryo Hondo Viejo

Also if anyone as a comment regarding crime in these areas, would appreciate as well?

Thanks!
 

windeguy

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The simple answer to this question for today, tomorrow and for your children's children's children is no.

There is an approximate, best guess blackout schedule published at:

Portal de Circuitos - CDEEE

You can choose the Distribuidora, then Provincia, then choose a Circuito, then choose INTERRUPCIONES to see the current blackout schedule for one week. The best circuits are A, then B, C and the worst are D.
 

Expat13

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The simple answer to this question for today, tomorrow and for your children's children's children is no.

There is an approximate, best guess blackout schedule published at:

Portal de Circuitos - CDEEE

You can choose the Distribuidora, then Provincia, then choose a Circuito, then choose INTERRUPCIONES to see the current blackout schedule for one week. The best circuits are A, then B, C and the worst are D.
is a good site
What do i put for circuito? is this on my edesur bill as I do not see it?
 

Mauricio

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I live in Las Praderas / Los restauradores and can confirm that there are not a lot of blackouts here, even though the current month a little more (and I damaged my Inversor batteries by not maintaining them).

Crime seems low. In the compound where I live there haven't been issues in its 12 year existence, according to my neighbors. I wouldn't go walk in the park after 8pm though.
 

windeguy

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is a good site
What do i put for circuito? is this on my edesur bill as I do not see it?
After you choose the distributor and the province, there will be a list of circuits. The circuit number is not on my Edenorte bill so I doubt it will be on your Edesur bill. (Why would Edenorte think not put the name of your circuit on the bill? DUH!)

On my bill there is a field labelled Loc:. After that is the name of my neighborhood. If you find the name of your neighborhood after Loc.: on your bill you can then search for that on the page with various circuits in your province and hopefully find it and click on your circuit.
 

dv8

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after you select provedor as ladrosur and provincia as santo domingo you will see all the circuits for that area. just look at sector/zona de influencia to find the barrios that interest you most.