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Hurricane Ike reminded our community that we need to be prepared. CenterPoint Energy prepares for the worst every hurricane season, and so should you. Click on the links for what to do before, during and after a storm.

If you see a power line on the ground after a major storm, don't assume that it is not energized. Stay at least 10 feet away from the wire and secure the area to keep others away, too.
CenterPoint Energy offers important safety tips and precautions to take if you own and operate a portable generator.
After a severe storm in our electric service area around Houston, CenterPoint Energy's emergency operation teams make an aerial survey, and nearly 600 inspectors check the damage.
Electricity can be dangerous. CenterPoint Energy cares about safety and offers these tips.
When a hurricane is threatening, following CenterPoint Energy's gas safety tips could mean quicker restoration of service.
Phone numbers and web sites for local, state and federal agencies as well as private organizations to provide support for hurricane victims.
Nos estamos enfocando en el restablecimiento de la energía eléctrica para el mayor número de clientes en la menor cantidad de tiempo a través de nuestro territorio sin importar la ubicación geográfica.
The company is ready to receive individual customer calls regarding specific power outages to help pinpoint exact issues along the system that circuit and line fuse restoration efforts did not fix. Customers who are still without power should call 713.207.2222 to report the outage.
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