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Sending help to Dallas

With severe winter weather continuing to affect several states, Alabama Power is sending additional resources to help restore electricity to people in Texas.

On Saturday morning, Dec. 7, approximately 175 Alabama Power personnel were scheduled to leave Alabama to join about 175 company employees already working in and around Plano, north of Dallas. Another 60 contract workers are also assisting in the restoration work in Texas. The deployment of these workers should not impact our ability to handle any weather-related issues in our own service territory.

Note to media: There are no plans for any organized rollout, suitable for a photo or video opportunity.

  • welch_l90Lauren Welch
    @welch_l90:
    Feeling blessed today! Thank you @alabamapower for this amazing grant to use towards my class! @MobilePublicSch http://t.co/MwpPnBuEo7
    3 weeks ago
    southernlincSouthernLINC
    @southernlinc:
    Do you know the best ways to save money and energy when the seasons change? @alabamapower has some tips- http://t.co/7j1V3ZSs6w
    3 weeks ago
    HaleyvilleLionsHaleyville High
    @HaleyvilleLions:
    Thank you @alabamapower for our Power to Play Grant! #HelpingSchools #LionPride http://t.co/AuXCHA0n6k
    3 weeks ago
    MREchandeMartin R Echande
    @MREchande:
    @GeorgiaPower @alabamapower. Still remember the ice storm last year in augusta! Y'all did a awesome job!!! Thank you
    1 month ago
    AU_michael06Michael
    @AU_michael06:
    Be safe @GeorgiaPower @alabamapower @SawneeEMC, all other @SouthernCompany decisions, other power & EMC companies. Thank you for all you do!
    1 month ago