A final push is on by Public Service of NH (PSNH) and mutual aid crews to restore power to the remaining customers left in the dark following Hurricane Sandy. Crews today are focusing on the hardest hit areas of the state, including Derry, Londonderry, Weare, Windham, and portions of the Monadnock Region. Damage in these areas is highly localized, and requires labor-intensive repairs that will only restore power to a few customers at a time.
For the vast majority of the communities it serves, PSNH projects to have power fully restored by no later than midnight tonight. A complete list of estimated time of restoration (ETR) by town can be found at http://www.psnhnews.com/sandyetrs
As of 11 a.m., PSNH reports about 11,000 customers are without power. The company has restored power to more than 125,000 customers after two full days of restoration work on Tuesday and Wednesday.