NL Hydro 'Power Warning' lifted

Deana Stokes Sullivan
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Newfoundland Hydro is advising that the Power Warning that has been in effect since early Wedensday morning has been lifted.

NL Hydro's Generating Station in Holyrood. — Telegram file photo

A spokesperson for Hydro says there are no alerts in place for this morning. Units 1 and 2 at the Holyrood Generating Station are back online "and we have sufficient power to meet customers needs."

Hydro says in its latest advisory on its website "We thank our customers for their assistance and will continue to update them on the status of the electricity system."

A Power Warning was put in place early Wednesday as a result of problems at the Holyrood Generating Station. Customers were asked to conserve energy, especially during peak demand periods, or there could actually be a need for rotating outages.

Related earlier story: NL Power warning to continue into tonight

Organizations: Holyrood Generating Station

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  • Masterwatch
    February 04, 2016 - 08:51

    This power warning was merely a scam to divert the public from demanding the shut down of Money Pit Falls. This project wasn't needed at its inception and is not needed nor in the foreseeable future. Don't be misled by uncrupuless politicians!

    • Fred
      February 04, 2016 - 11:13

      Your funny