A Greenley Place resident reported the loss of power on Saturday. Crews from Eversource, the utility previously named NStar, are responding. @EversourceMA power out again Greenley place, JP. What's up Eversource? @universalhub @02130News— la primavera (@spring_taco) March 14, 2015
If your power is out, you can report it by sending Eversource your phone number or account number at this page.
Several parts of JP lost power Thursday, including Sumner Hill, Brookside Avenue and Amory Street. Eversource, the new name for NStar, reports 537 outages across Boston as of 2:30 p.m. on their handy outage map. The map, however, doesn't pinpoint how many of those are in JP. You can report your outage via phone using this link: https://nstar.mobi/nst_mobile/index.htm. You can also just call 1-800-592-2000.
It may be two hours until power is fully restored in the area near Green and Washington streets, an NSTAR worker said. A neighbor reported a manhole explosion on Tuesday morning. @02130News manhole cover explosion on lower part of Green St. By Wash.— ParksideNeighnorhood (@Parksidejp) October 7, 2014
NSTAR reports that an underground cable failed a little before 9:30 a.m. At first, about 400 customers lost power, said Rhiannon D'Angelo, media spokesperson for NSTAR. Within two hours, NSTAR returned power to about 300 of those customers, she said.
NStar reports the power is out in parts of JP. The outage was affecting 663 customers as of 7:30 a.m. Monday. The utility Tweeted that the disruption is being addressed and may be fixed by 8:30 a.m.
Crews have partially restored power in Jamaica Plain. ETR for remaining customers is ~8:30 AM.— NSTAR (@NSTAR_News) June 2, 2014
Maybe it's time for the Gazette to resurrect the "Power to the People!" feature, eh?
Several residents are reporting power outages in the area of Green Street. According to Twitter user Mark said NSTAR told him power should be restored by noon. @R2J20 @universalhub @02130News @jamaicaplain NSTAR says crews are dispatched, estimate power back by 12pm.— Mark (@johnsoncmark) May 18, 2014
NSTAR maintains a real-time outage map. According to the map, Boston 500 to 1,000 customers in Boston were without power as of 11:14 a.m.