Highlands, Sarasota, Polk have most outages, 1 week after Hurricane Irma

TAMPA BAY, Fla. (WFLA) — Hurricane Irma left more than 1 million people in our area without power last weekend.

Since then, crews have been working around the clock to restore electric. Here are the latest power outage numbers:

TECO: 1,013 customers without power

As of Monday at noon, TECO says it has restored service to 99.8 percent of the 425,000 customers who lost power during Irma.

Duke Energy48,303 customers without power in Tampa Bay as of 12 p.m. on Monday

  • Citrus: 2,060
  • Hardee: 1,050
  • Hernando: 507
  • Highlands: 21,138
  • Hillsborough: 1
  • Pasco: 629
  • Pinellas: 8,666
  • Polk:  14,052

The company says customers can call their new automated outage reporting system at 800-228-8485.

FPL: 33,880 customers without power in Tampa Bay area

  • Highlands: 30
  • DeSoto:  2,510
  • Manatee:  10,750
  • Sarasota: 21,590

Lakeland Electric: 3,878 customers without power

Withlacoochee River Electric: 1,147 customers without power

  • Citrus: 147
  • Hernando: 768
  • Pasco: 172
  • Polk: 1

Peace River Electric Cooperative: 223 customers without power in Tampa Bay

  • De Soto: 6
  • Hardee: 142
  • Highlands: 1
  • Hillsborough: 1
  • Manatee: 15
  • Polk: 58
  • Sarasota: 0

Numbers to call to report a power outage:

  • Duke – 1-800-228-8485
  • TECO – 1-877-588-1010
  • FPL – 1-800-4-OUTAGE
  • Lakeland Electric – 1-863-834-4248
  • Withlacoochee River Electric – 352-567-5133
  • Peace River Electric Cooperative – 1-800-282-3824

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