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Tropical Storm Alberto Power Briefing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 13, 2006
CONTACT: ESF 14, Public Information (850) 921-0384

Power Briefing Sheet
As of 2:00 p.m., June 13, 2006

***The information below represents the best available information at the time of this release. Floridians are encouraged to contact their local authorities for additional information as it becomes available.***

SUMMARY

Since Tropical Storm Alberto landfall along the Big Bend on June 13, close to 11,212 customers across 32 counties are without power.

Power outages are affecting approximately 5,000 FPL customers, 1,200 TECO customers, 3,647 Progress Energy customers, 453 municipal customers and 912 cooperative customers.

At least 35 counties experienced power outages due to Tropical Storm Alberto. Power is now 100% restored across 3 counties.

COUNTY BY COUNTY BREAKDOWN

ALACHUA COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 47 of 4,907 Progress Energy customers without power.

CHARLOTTE COUNTY

  • 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 800 of 98,986 FPL customers.

CITRUS COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 52 of 45,535 Progress Energy customers without power.
  • Approximately 245 cooperative customers without power.

CLAY COUNTY

  • Power restored to all customers.

DIXIE COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 11 of 1,516 Progress Energy customers without power.
  • Approximately 23 cooperative customers without power.

DUVAL COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 13 municipal customers without power.

FLAGLER COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 100 of 48,842 FPL customers without power.

GADSDEN COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 40 municipal customers without power.

GILCHRIST COUNTY

  • 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 57 of 1,516 Progress Energy customers without power.

HAMILTON COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 4 cooperative customers without power.

HERNANDO COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 7 of 9,976 Progress Energy customers without power.

HIGHLANDS COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 3 of 51,449 Progress Energy customers without power.

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 1,180 of 548,625 TECO customers without power.

LAFAYETTE COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 5 cooperative customers without power.

LAKE COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 6 of 65,774 Progress Energy customers without power.
  • Approximately 76 cooperative customers without power.

LEE COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 300 of 217,140 FPL customers without power.

LEON COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 400 municipal customers without power.
  • Approximately 65 cooperative customers without power.

LEVY COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 27 cooperative customers without power.

LIBERTY COUNTY

  • Power restored to all customers.

MANATEE COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 900 of 164,832 customers without power.

MARION COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 69 of 60,196 Progress Energy customers without power.
  • Approximately 301 cooperative customers without power.

ORANGE COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 2,121 of 329,183 Progress Energy customers without power.

OSCEOLA COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 1 of 31,427 Progress Energy customers without power.

PASCO COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 20 of 19,477 TECO customers without power.
  • Approximately 29 of 126,212 Progress Energy customers without power.
  • Power restored to all cooperative customers.

PINELLAS COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Power restored to all TECO customers.
  • Approximately 802 of 524,591 Progress Energy customers without power.

POLK COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Power restored to all TECO customers.
  • Approximately 2 of 57,765 Progress Energy customers without power.

PUTNAM COUNTY

  • Power restored to all customers.

SARASOTA COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 800 of 238,654 FPL customers without power.

SEMINOLE COUNTY

  • 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 1,700 of 47,395 FPL customers without power.
  • Approximately 256 of 155,839 Progress Energy customers without power.

SUMTER COUNTY

  • 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 2 of 8,221 Progress Energy customers without power.

SUWANNEE COUNTY

  • 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 100 of 4,733 FPL customers without power.
  • Approximately 56 cooperative customers without power.

TAYLOR COUNTY

  • 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 144 of 5,558 Progress Energy customers without power.

UNION COUNTY

  • 2% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 100 of 1,580 FPL customers without power.

VOLUSIA COUNTY

  • Less than 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 200 of 164,453 FPL customers without power.
  • Approximately 20 of 74,909 Progress Energy customers without power.
  • Approximately 2 cooperative customers without power.

WAKULLA COUNTY

  • 1% of total customers without power.
  • Approximately 18 of 6,569 Progress Energy customers without power.
  • Approximately 108 cooperative customers without power.

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Last updated: June 13, 2006

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