Press Release: An incident at the BRGM substation in Yaounde causes disruptions in the electricity service

Around 09:14 p.m. on Wednesday, August 7, a major incident occurred in the BRGM substation that powers several neighborhoods in Yaounde.

 This incident, followed by a fire, resulted in the shutdown of the entire substation, which accounts for approximately 25% of the city's power supply.
Investigations are ongoing to determine the origin of the incident.
All necessary steps are taken to minimize any inconvenience this may cause.
Eneo assures its full solidarity to all those affected.
Updates on the situation will be provided on a regular basis.

Customers are advised to consult the list of affected neighborhoods, and to check the official Facebook page, the Twitter account @EneoCameroon14 and the Eneo website, or call the Eneo Call Centre at 8010.
For further information, please contact  

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