Simultaneous blackouts in different parts of Mexico

So far we know about power outages in Mexico City, the state of Mexico, Monterrey, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosí and Culiacán, among others.

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Simultaneous blackouts in different parts of Mexico
Simultaneous blackouts in different parts of Mexico

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This Monday, December 28th, at around 2:30 p.m., various users of social networks reported reductions in the power supply. Some of the major companies affected were the Mexico City, State of Mexico, Monterrey, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosí, Culiacan, amongst other things.

For his part, Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), announced on Twitter that there were records of “errors in the region” and that work was being done to restore them as soon as possible. They also appreciated the understanding from the users. However, what the causes of the problem were has not yet been disclosed.

The Prime Minister of Mexico City, Claudia SheinbaumHe also noted that he had just communicated with Manuel Bartlett, CFE director, and that they were working to come up with a solution as soon as possible.

Problems with Internet and mobile phone connections have also been reported. These bugs have affected both offices and homes.

In another tweet, the CFE mentioned that it was waiting for a response from the National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) to diagnose power outages:

It’s worth noting that the previous tweet was published after the CFE itself announced that Telecomunicaciones e Internet Para Todos had started operations:

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