Power outage continues after 130,000 units The recovery is “largely delayed” in the area on September 15 at 5:10
Due to the typhoon No. 15, Chiba Prefecture still has about 135,200 households with large-scale power outages. In addition to the restoration of damaged facilities, TEPCO has revealed that it takes time to check the stability of the power, and that in some areas, restoration of power outages is delayed more than previously announced.
According to TEPCO, there are still 135,200 blackouts in Chiba prefecture at 4am on the 15th.
The number of power outages at 4:00 am is 14300 in Minamiboso, 13,000 in Ichihara, 1100 in Tateyama, 9900 in Chiba, and more in a wide range Is continuing.
Restoration Some areas are “largely behind”
TEPCO has shown that it will recover by 16th in Chiba City, Ichihara City, Kisarazu City, etc., and will recover by 27th this month in southern prefectures such as Minamiboso City and Tateyama City.
However, in addition to restoring damaged equipment, it takes time to check the stability of power.
For this reason, looking at each district in detail, the prospect that the restoration will be significantly delayed from the time it was announced is newly announced on the 15th, and prompt restoration is required as soon as possible.
Information on power outages can be confirmed on the TEPCO website. The URL of the home page is as follows. http://teideninfo.tepco.co.jp