The Electricity Company in the province of Holguín restored the energy service to 99.9 percent of its customers, since its interruption on Friday, September 8 due to the passage of Hurricane Irma along Cuba's northern coast.
María Hidalgo, director of the Customer Service Base Economic Unit at the Holguín Electric Company, confirmed that work is being done intensely to rehabilitate the 13 missing clients in the shortest possible time.
She explained that they belong to rural communities and are difficult to access in the town of San Andrés, belonging to the municipality of Holguín, and in areas bordering Báguano.
The frequent rains that still occur in these parts of the geography of Holguin, as well as the deterioration of the access routes, are the factors of greater incidence in the delay for the restoration of the electricity in its totality, he commented.
Hidalgo insisted that at the moment forces and means of work are working in those places for the search of solutions.
In recent days, the number of repairs has increased, benefiting from the reincorporation of the Felton thermoelectric plant, the main generator of the territory and among those with greater capacity in Cuba.