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Factbox-In Texas, over 1 million customers still without power after Hurricane Beryl

Convenience store runs without electricity after Hurricane Beryl in Oyster Creek, Texas

(Reuters) – More than 1 million homes and businesses in Texas were still without power early on Friday, after Hurricane Beryl slammed through the region, according to data from

The number was down from a peak of close to 2.7 million homes and businesses without power on Monday, when Beryl made landfall near the coastal town of Matagorda.

Provider Centerpoint Energy said it has restored power to over 1 million customers of the 2.26 million impacted.

Here are the major outages by utility:

Power Companies Outages

CenterPoint Energy 877,414

Entergy 79,774

Texas New Mexico Power 47,798

Sam Houston Electric Cooperative 18,978

AEP – Texas 947

Oncor 306

MidSouth Electric Cooperative 25

Total Out


(Reporting by Seher Dareen, Rahul Paswan, Anushree Mukherjee, Sherin Elizabeth and Daksh Grover in Bengaluru; Editing by Susan Fenton)



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