Duke Energy restores power to 672,000 following Carolinas ice storms

The morning of February 14, Duke Energy reported about 91,000 power outages as work continues across the Carolinas to restore power following a two-day, slow-moving winter storm.

Duke Energy has 3,900 field workers, including personnel from the company’s Midwest and Florida operations, restoring power from the coast to the mountains.

The estimated times of restoration (ETR) indicate when the majority of outages in specific locations are anticipated to be restored. Many customers will have service sooner than the estimated times. There may also be scattered outages remaining beyond these times depending on individual cases.

Duke Energy has its headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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