The service provider reviewed the need for scheduled maintenance and postponed power outages.
ELMŰ announced yesterday that it intends to carry out nationwide maintenance work between March 24 and April 7, which could result in a power outage of up to six hours. Outages of up to X hours are commonly known from the practice of users, such as ISPs, which is approximately like “5 minutes and I'm ready” type, who really knows how long the interval. At the moment, however, two things are almost essential to making a home stay, especially if we also work in a home office system. Internet and electricity.
Of course, with mobile and non-networked devices, it can be pulled out for a while, but it doesn't hurt to plan ahead. Recharge your laptops, cell phones, all the power banks in your household and trust the professionals that the X clock will really be that much. Fortunately, ELMŰ also provided a detailed list of affected settlements, broken down by street and block, which is already a huge help, but maintenance was scheduled before the outbreak. In view of the situation, the service provider reviewed the need for work and decided to postpone maintenance for almost a shift, and to carry out only the necessary interventions.