A peco power outage has been reported to EnergySource and the Pea Corp, but it has not been officially confirmed by either company.
The outage happened at the company’s power plant in Georgia on Saturday.
The outage affects more than 100,000 customers in Georgia and the Carolinas.
The power plant is located in Augusta, Ga., about 45 minutes northwest of Atlanta.
The Pea outage comes a day after another outage hit Georgia, with some customers losing power in New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
The peco outage began at the power plant at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, according to Pea.
That outage lasted about 20 minutes and resulted in about $20 million in damage to the plant, according the company.
Pea CEO and President Bill Gebhart said the outage caused about $30 million in damages to the power grid.
He said Pea is working to restore the system as quickly as possible.