Pockets of Newfoundland went dark Friday night, as Unit 2 at the Holyrood generating station tripped offline.
The latest power outage, which affected customers right across the island, was quickly fixed after less than an hour.
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro quickly took to social media site Twitter to post updates on the situation.
"We experienced a trip on Holyrood Unit 2. Looking into cause. Will advise as soon as more details are known," the utility wrote.
The latest outage makes it nine full days since the province first started experiencing rolling blackouts and problems with the electrical grid.
Unlike the earlier problems, though, Nalcor vice-president Dawn Dalley said that the current outage wasn't tied to high electricity demand outpacing the power company's ability to generate.
It is not clear at this point what caused the Holyrood Unit 2 to trip offline.
25,000 people lost power for a short period.
The current problems are separate from unit 3, the troubled Holyrood generator that's currently operating at roughly 35 per cent capacity due to a missing fan motor.
Nalcor, the Public Utilities Board and the provincial government are all promising to do investigations into what went wrong to cause the ongoing power outages.