Claims for electricity supply cut in Greater San Juan multiplied

At 3:30 p.m. there was an inconvenience in the electricity supply services that affected several areas of Greater San Juan. Neighbors of Capital, Chimbas, Rivadavia, Pocito, Santa Lucía and Rawson claimed that, with the thermometer exceeding the barrier of 40 degrees Celsius, they did not have electricity to alleviate the heat wave.

An hour later, Distribuidora Energía San Juan issued a statement informing that “at 3:30 p.m. there was a failure in the underground cable that connects the Pueyrredón and Santa Lucía Transformer Stations, for reasons that for the moment we do not know.”

Although they explained that the cut “produced an oscillation of magnitude, which affected users from different parts of the Province” and that “gradually the service normalized in a period of 10 minutes”, they acknowledged that “the service continues without service so far. Santa Lucía Transformer Station. Feedback maneuvers are being carried out from other distributors with the aim of a prompt restitution. “

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