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6am Wednesday update – 1-29

As of 6 o’clock Wednesday morning, there are just over 5,000 customers without service. Almost all of those are in the areas most affected by the severe winter storm, in the southeast part of Alabama.

Here’s the breakdown by region of the state:

Region

# Affected

Metro Birmingham

18

Eastern (Anniston, Gadsden)

19

Southern (Montgomery, Auburn)

1

Western (Tuscaloosa, Carbon Hill)

40

Mobile area

2

Southeast (Headland, Geneva, Eufaula)

4980

And within the southeast region, by city:

Headland

2550

Geneva

875

Eufaula

625

Abbeville

375

Daleville

275

Crews are already out working where it is safe to do so.

Customers with outages can report them from their smartphone at our website, or can call 800-888-2726. Thanks for your patience.

  • KDChappKevin Chapp
    @KDChapp:
    Great video @alabamapower using old downtown plant to grow @ALcomBirmingham @B_metro @APC_Recruiter http://t.co/SjVtBvPRht
    1 week ago
    BayAreaFoodBankBay Area Food Bank
    @BayAreaFoodBank:
    @alabamapower Service Organization presented us with $2,000 check raised by their Mobile area fishing tournament. http://t.co/DIA0mXk0gq
    2 weeks ago
    tedmcinerneyTed McInerney
    @tedmcinerney:
    Even w/ the cooler temps keep your central A/C at 78º according to @alabamapower The cooler temps will keep the demand for electricity down
    2 weeks ago
    MartinNewton1Martin Newton
    @MartinNewton1:
    Special thanks to @alabamapower for sponsoring all kids 12&under to attend @samford_sports games free. #SamfordStrong #FamilyFun
    4 weeks ago