Although FP&L will be mobilizing emergency crews to keep the power going during the storm there is only so much the utility can do
RIVERA BEACH (INTELLIHUB) — Florida Power & Light expects 9 million people in the State of Florida to be without power, about 4.5 million customers, following Hurricane Irma which is expected to wreak havoc after it makes landfall early Sunday.
A utility spokesperson told CBS Miami that nuclear power plants in the storm’s path would be shut down while gas power plants will continue to operate until they no longer can.
It is rumored that power may be out in areas for weeks or even months.
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