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As the path of Hurricane Michael becomes more certain, Clay Electric is anticipating most of the damage to be in the Lake City and Gainesville district service areas. Clay... Continue Reading ›

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Power restored to 82,000; restoration continues

About 82,000 Clay Electric members have had their power restored as of Wednesday afternoon, September 13. The remaining 69,500 Clay Electric members, who make up 40 percent of our customer base, are still without power.

Clay Electric employees and the multitude of outside personnel who have come from other states to assist will continue to work to restore power to as many members as they can. Our six district offices will remain closed to the public on Thursday, September 14 and Friday, September 15 so all our personnel can devote their attention to restoration efforts.

Here are a few reminders:

  • We encourage our members to be safe when removing debris from their property. Snakes and other animals displaced by the storm and high water are moving around, so be extra careful.
  • There are many low-hanging or downed power lines in our area at this time. These lines may still be energized, so please avoid going near them and never touch them.
  • If you use a generator, know how to operate it safely, and do not hook it up to your home’s wiring system. It could backfeed into our distribution system and kill or injure personnel making repairs.
  • Our outage reporting phone lines have been jammed with calls. There’s no need to call us since we are very likely aware that your power is out.