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The CenterPoint Energy Electric Outage Tracker provides approximate locations of current power outages.
See a downed power line? Stay away and call 911 and 713-207-2222.
Power outages: Safety is our highest priority, so we continuously monitor weather conditions and our distribution network to prevent equipment failures, and to ensure the safe and reliable delivery of electricity and natural gas.
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Storm Assessment & Restoration Updates
Our crews have restored power to 890,899 meters since #Harvey began, so now 99 percent of our customers have electricity. Be assured that we won’t stop until power is back on for everyone. We’re committed to keeping you safe and informed about our outage and restoration efforts.
What you need to know:
Download Storm Safety Tips
We prepare for outages before they happen, so if your power goes out our crews will work day and night to get you up and running. Learn what to do in case of an outage.
Learn how CenterPoint Energy restores power after a storm, how long you should prepare to be without power, and how to stay safe.
Contact with power lines is dangerous, and CenterPoint Energy cares about your safety. These tips will help you work and play safely outdoors and indoors.
Remember, if you encounter
downed power lines, stay at least 10 feet away and report them to us.
CenterPoint Energy's VP of Power Delivery Services and Manager of Distribution Control answer common questions following major outages.
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