The CFE has announced the end of summer savings.
As if Monday mornings aren’t tough enough, power went out for about a half an hour in the blocks surrounding the main square.
The water company, the electric company, and the phone and cable company are joining the city’s “permanent maintenance program” in the Centro Histórico.
Power for some will cost less in August than it did in July, if only slightly, the CFE reported today.
About 1.7 million customers were without power today, and and officials deny that an explosion in Oaxaca is the cause.
The CFE has suspended service to hundreds of businesses and private homes in recent weeks for alleged energy theft.
Households that pay high-consumption rates to the CFE will be unhappy to see their July electric bills.