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The power is back in Sweden for another two weeks
"The power is back in Sweden for another two weeks,"

"the Waterfall is now moving up the forecast for when they lose their power to households in Sweden can get back their electricity. "

"First, about two weeks is expected to be fully back. "

"– the Storm has caused the covered damage on the power grid and it has taken time to get the full picture of the scope. We we find ourselves in a position where we in some places need to build up the grid from the beginning and it takes time, " says Eva Vitell, customer and marketing manager at Vattenfall Eldistribution in a press release. "

"Thousands of households in Coventry are still without power after the storm, Alfrida. In some places it needs the mains to be built up completely again. "

"At the moment, it is estimated that there are 6 500 households to be without power, the islands in the Roslagen archipelago is extra hard hit. For them is now moving Waterfall up the forecast for when they will have it back, the electricity from the 10th to the 18 to 25 January, according to a press release on Tuesday. "

"On the mainland expect, however, to be able to keep to the forecast, the 10 January for most of the customers. Local failures can make even some of the households on the mainland will have to wait up to two weeks. "

"– this is a very difficult situation and I want to say a big thank you to our customers for your patience. The storm has caused the covered damage on the power grid and it has taken time to get the full picture of the scope. We find ourselves in a position where we in some places need to build up the grid from the beginning and it takes time. We have an ongoing dialogue with the municipalities and the county administrative board in order to be able to assist the customers in the best possible way. Our highest priority is that customers should get back the electricity as soon as possible, " says Eva Vitell, Customer and Marketing manager, Vattenfall Eldistribution in a press release. "

"Warn that the move in the terrain."

"Waterfalls warn that the move in the terrain in the stormdrabbade areas along the Upplandskusten, Roslagen and Stockholm archipelago since neddrivna power lines can be energized. You see trees that are blown over the ducts and should not try to move them. "

"About 500 people are working in the field of reading problems, including loggers, machinists and technicians. You also have the administrative support as well as trucks, excavators and tracked vehicles on site. "

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