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Berkeley Electric continues to work on power outages from winter weather

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Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties and had more damage from the ice storm than any other cooperative in SC. Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties and had more damage from the ice storm than any other cooperative in SC.
CHARLESTON, SC - Berkeley Electric Cooperative crews continue to respond to the outages throughout our service area in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties.  

Currently, we have outages affecting less than 400 members, but over a widespread area.  Nearly 11,000 have already been restored as crews continued to work all through the night at many different locations.

In spite of errant reports, crews worked all through the night and will continue today until all power is restored.

Related: Berkeley Electric Cooperative restores power to more than 8,000 customers 

If you see a downed power line, stay away from the line and report it immediately to BEC.

To report an outage, please call our automated outage reporting system at 1-888-253-4232. Members can also stay updated by following us on Facebook and keep track of the status of repairs through our live outage viewer map located on our homepage at www.bec.coop.

Berkeley Electric Cooperative is the largest electric cooperative in South Carolina serving over 85,000 members in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties and had more damage from the ice storm than any other cooperative in SC.
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