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Customers still without power as a result of Hurricane Nicholas asked to call or report their outage via AEP Texas website

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (September 17, 2021; 10:30 a.m.) – Customers still without power as a result of Hurricane Nicholas are asked to call AEP Texas at 1 866 223-8508.  Outages also can be reported at www.aeptexas.com.  Taking this step will ensure that all remaining outages have been recorded in the AEP Texas outage system.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (September 17, 2021; 10:30 a.m.) – Customers still without power as a result of Hurricane Nicholas are asked to call AEP Texas at 1 866 223-8508.  Outages also can be reported at www.aeptexas.com.  Taking this step will ensure that all remaining outages have been recorded in the AEP Texas outage system.


AEP Texas crews achieve 98% restoration level for Hurricane Nicholas outages

Since the storm made landfall early Tuesday, crews have achieved the 98 percent restoration level. The largest concentration of remaining outages are located near the communities of Wadsworth and Matagorda Island near Bay City where downed utility poles and tree limbs caused significant outages.

Since the storm made landfall early Tuesday, crews have achieved the 98 percent restoration level. The largest concentration of remaining outages are located near the communities of Wadsworth and Matagorda Island near Bay City where downed utility poles and tree limbs caused significant outages.


AEP Texas crews reach 87 percent restoration level

At noon on Thursday, crews have restored power to 87 percent of the customers who were left without electric service as a result of Hurricane Nicholas. Approximately 1,860 customers remain without power, which is down from a peak of approximately 14,900 early Tuesday.

At noon on Thursday, crews have restored power to 87 percent of the customers who were left without electric service as a result of Hurricane Nicholas. Approximately 1,860 customers remain without power, which is down from a peak of approximately 14,900 early Tuesday.


AEP Texas restores more than half of customers left without power after Hurricane Nicholas

More than half of the customers left without power after Hurricane Nicholas made landfall early Tuesday have been restored. At noon Wednesday, approximately 6,300 customers remain without power, down from a peak number of approximately 14,250 outages.

More than half of the customers left without power after Hurricane Nicholas made landfall early Tuesday have been restored. At noon Wednesday, approximately 6,300 customers remain without power, down from a peak number of approximately 14,250 outages.


AEP Texas crews make progress restoring electric service to customers after Hurricane Nicholas

AEP Texas crews continue to make progress restoring electric service to customers after Hurricane Nicholas. At 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, 3,950 customers remain without power down from a peak of approximately 14,250 early Tuesday.

AEP Texas crews continue to make progress restoring electric service to customers after Hurricane Nicholas. At 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, 3,950 customers remain without power down from a peak of approximately 14,250 early Tuesday.


AEP Texas issues ETRs for Hurricane Nicholas outages

AEP Texas crews continue the restoration effort after Hurricane Nicholas left more than 14,000 customers without power early Tuesday morning. Assessment teams have discovered the most damage to Transmission and Distribution electrical facilities were in Matagorda County where the storm made landfall.

AEP Texas crews continue the restoration effort after Hurricane Nicholas left more than 14,000 customers without power early Tuesday morning. Assessment teams have discovered the most damage to Transmission and Distribution electrical facilities were in Matagorda County where the storm made landfall.


AEP Texas crews begin assessment and restoration after Hurricane Nicholas

AEP Texas crews are assessing damage after Hurricane Nicholas made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane near Matagorda, Texas, late Monday night. Damaged transmission lines and at least 13 substations are currently offline and have caused power outages throughout Matagorda County.

AEP Texas crews are assessing damage after Hurricane Nicholas made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane near Matagorda, Texas, late Monday night. Damaged transmission lines and at least 13 substations are currently offline and have caused power outages throughout Matagorda County.


AEP Texas crews are positioned to begin restoration after Tropical Storm Nicholas

AEP Texas crews are staged in Port Lavaca, Bay City and El Campo as Tropical Storm Nicholas continues its path and is expected to make landfall Monday night near Port Lavaca. The storm is expected to bring heavy rains, flooding, and power outages to parts of the northernmost part of the Corpus Christi District.

AEP Texas crews are staged in Port Lavaca, Bay City and El Campo as Tropical Storm Nicholas continues its path and is expected to make landfall Monday night near Port Lavaca. The storm is expected to bring heavy rains, flooding, and power outages to parts of the northernmost part of the Corpus Christi District.


AEP Texas stands prepared as Tropical Storm Nicholas makes its way up through the Gulf of Mexico

AEP Texas continues to monitor Tropical Storm Nicholas as it makes its way up through the Gulf of Mexico to its predicted landfall near Port Lavaca Monday night. Crews are prepared to respond to customer power outages from the Rio Grande Valley to Victoria. Tropical Storm Nicholas is expected to bring heavy rains, flooding, and power outages to parts of the southern AEP Texas service territory.

AEP Texas continues to monitor Tropical Storm Nicholas as it makes its way up through the Gulf of Mexico to its predicted landfall near Port Lavaca Monday night. Crews are prepared to respond to customer power outages from the Rio Grande Valley to Victoria. Tropical Storm Nicholas is expected to bring heavy rains, flooding, and power outages to parts of the southern AEP Texas service territory.


AEP Texas offers safety and preparation tips as it monitors Tropical Storm Nicholas

AEP Texas is closely monitoring Tropical Storm Nicholas as it move towards the Gulf Coast.  Although current projections estimate that the wind intensity will remain in the 30-to-40-miles-per-hour level, this projection could change.  The storm is expected to bring heavy rainfall and potential power outages in some areas.

AEP Texas is closely monitoring Tropical Storm Nicholas as it move towards the Gulf Coast.  Although current projections estimate that the wind intensity will remain in the 30-to-40-miles-per-hour level, this projection could change.  The storm is expected to bring heavy rainfall and potential power outages in some areas.


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