Work is nearly complete to restore power to northern and central Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Public Service spokesman Matt Cullen says We Energies crews have been joining them at repair sites now that most of the work in the Fox Valley is complete.
“We certainly appreciate the patience that our customers have shown us, but especially in those hardest hit areas, the ones where we have seen extensive, very severe damage that was caused by storms.”
Cullen says WPS and We Energies have already restored power to over 250-thousand homes.
“We’re committed to working around the clock until every customer that has been affected by these storms has had their service restored to them.”
As of Wednesday night, around 6-thousand remain without power.
Utility crews are hoping to restore power to nearly every home in northern and Central Wisconsin by the end of the day on Thursday. Wisconsin Public Service spokesman Matt
As of Wednesday night, only around 6 thousand W P S remain without power.
The end is in sight for those without power in the wake of last weekend’s storms. Wisconsin Public Service spokesman Matt Cullen says there’s more help on the way to finish repairs to the hardest hit areas.
[wrnwpswed3] :09 “…as possible.”
(“We’ll be having additional crews from our sister company We Energies come up to those hardest hit areas to help us, again, make repairs as safely and as quickly as possible.”)
Crews have restored power to over 250-thousand We Energies and WPS customers. As of Wednesday night, only around 6 thousand are without power.