Users on social networks reported an electrical blackout in several municipalities of Mexico state, Mexico City, Aguascalientes and New Lion.
It was around 2:45 p.m. when the electricity supply was affected in several municipalities in different states of Mexico, according to the complaints of netizens.
In the case of Mexico City, inhabitants of the mayors of Azcapotzalco, Venustiano Carranza, Iztapalapa, Benito Juárez, Cuauhtémoc report failures in the electricity supply. While in the State of Mexico, Nezahualcóyotl, Ecatepec, Tecámac and Naucalpan also have power outages.
Meanwhile, an hour after the reports, the Federal Electricity Commission and CENACE reported that they are already working in a coordinated manner to restore electricity.
Who else without light and data in the #CDMX?
– JuanCarlosEscalante (@juanescaliente_) December 28, 2020
In the State of Mexico also without electricity
— Fanny Marlene (@leadermarlene) December 28, 2020
CFE and CENACE report the failure
Both institutions reported that There was an imbalance in the National Interconnected System between the load and the power generation, causing a loss of approximately 7,500 MW.
For the above, s10.3 million users alienated operation due to low frequency throughout the national territory.
They also pointed out that until 3:30 p.m. on Monday, the electricity supply had already been restored to 4.7 million users, which represents 45% progress.
The @CFEmx informs that at 2:29 pm, 10.3 million users went out of operation due to a low frequency throughout the national territory, this due to generation power stations.
This program is applied so as not to affect all users in the country.
– CFEmx (@CFEmx) December 28, 2020
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