The mega electrical blackout on Tuesday, this week, affected 1.7 million people in 3 Mexican states.
The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) did a great job and had service restored in a maximum of 8 hours to the Yucatan peninsula.
TAO residents were at the pool trying to keep cool.
The problem was mainly due to excess demand on the system and an overload of the electrical grid. A transmission line between Tabasco and Campeche was shut down.
We all know how hot it has been – just like mid summer.
Everyone has been having their air conditioners working overtime.
Thanks to CFE for the rapid response.
We all had air conditioning when it was time to go to bed.