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1 Important Alert

Storm Alert

We made significant progress last night restoring customers whose service was interrupted after this week’s Nor’easter. Additional electric crews arrived overnight and were dispatched this morning to focus on the last of our customers who remain without service.

Please visit our outage map for estimated times of restoration, which will be continually updated. We urge customers to put safety first. Customers are reminded to never touch downed power lines and always assume they are carrying live electricity. Downed lines should be immediately reported to National Grid at 1-800-465-1212.

Outage Central

We are here to help you weather any storm. We work before, during, and after a storm to maintain service and ensure your safety. Please do all you can to protect yourself and your loved ones as well.

Report or Check on an Outage

If you lose power, call 1-800-465-1212 or report it here.

Report or Check on an Outage

Stay Connected

Sign up to get email alerts or texts during major storms.

Stay Connected

Outage Map

Is your power out? See outages in your area and find updates here.

Outage Map

Service Restoration Process

Learn the steps we take to restore power and follow our progress during largescale outages. 

Service Restoration Process

Storm Safety

Protect yourself and prevent property damage by preparing for storms in advance and using caution even after restorations have begun.

Tips and Guidance

Power Line Safety

Learn more about downed power lines, tree trimming, and rights of way around high voltage lines.

Power Line Safety

Flooding

If your property has flooded, contact a plumbing or heating contractor to make sure your appliances are safe to operate.

Flooding