CenterPoint Energy continues to monitor Tropical Storm Alex

CenterPoint Energy continues to monitor the path of Tropical Storm Alex, and just as the company has an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), CenterPoint Energy urges customers to have their own emergency plan ready to implement should a hurricane strike, particularly if they depend on electricity for life-sustaining equipment. Customers need to be prepared to be without power for two weeks or possibly longer depending on the severity of the storm.

“Because no two storms are alike, it’s not possible to forecast in advance what the exact damage to our electric system could be and how long the outages could last,” said Scott Prochazka, division senior vice president of Electric Operations for CenterPoint Energy.

Click here to read the full release, including CenterPoint Energy’s hurricane outage preparation guide.

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