Posted: Saturday, November 5, 2022. 4:26 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: While parts of the country will see a fourth straight day of power outages on Sunday, Belize Electricity Limited has made great strides in restoring power following Hurricane Lisa.
As of this morning, 98 percent of customers in the Cayo District, 95 percent in Belize City, and 78 percent in rural Belize District have seen power restored.
Targeted areas today in the Old Capital include portions of Belama Phase 2, Belama Phase 3, Belama Phase 4, a portion of King’s Park, areas surrounding the Belize Municipal Airstrip, and other localized areas including small sections of downtown Belize City.
In the rural Belize District, work continues in Lord’s Bank, Vista del Mar, Western Paradise, Hattieville, Mile 25 on the George Price Highway, and portions of the Belize River Valley.
In the hardest-hit areas, there may be customers who are unable to receive power in their homes due to extensive damage to the power system. These include customers in the Belize River Valley areas beyond Burrell Boom who will continue to experience outages into Sunday, November 6, 2022. Our line teams have been systematically completing repairs to the main feeders and today the company says its teams will be dealing with low-voltage issues for localized areas and individual customers.
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