Maintenance work has been carried out at Dahmetal in the Görsdorf area since Friday morning. Since then, there may be an interruption in the electricity grid supply. You can find out all the information about what is happening on the power grid in Dehmital today, whether a power outage has occurred and how you can optimally prepare here on news.de
Malfunctions and maintenance in Dhammetal currently
The Unternehmerauskunft.de portal is currently reporting that maintenance of the Dahmetal area and the surrounding area is being carried out at the responsibility of the network operator Mitteldeutsche Netzgesellschaft Strom mbH. The availability of the German electricity grid is very high on average, including in Damital in Brandenburg. However, power supply interruptions can occur from time to time. In many cases, these faults are low voltage and only affect one or a few households. All detailed information about possible and existing network issues can be found here in the overview.
This maintenance is currently being carried out at Dhemital on October 6, 2023
As of today, it is 8:00 AM in the area Liebsdorf in Görsdorf, Dahmetal in the administrative district “Dahme/Mark” (postal code 15936, Teltow-Fläming) Routine maintenance work was carried out on behalf of Mitteldeutsche Netzgesellschaft Strom mbH. There may be disturbances at the moment and the end of the work cannot be expected yet. No direct report from the network operator is available.
(Last updated: October 6, 2023 at 5:15 pm)
Reporting a power outage in Dhamital: Who can I contact in case of a power outage?
If you are affected by a power outage, first stay calm and check whether the fuse in the fuse box has tripped due to an overload, for example. Do not immediately report a power outage to the police or fire department rescue control centers; In most cases there is no emergency. So the correct address is your energy supplier.
The current German electricity grid and how it should improve
The German electricity grid is one of the largest and most modern in the world and plays an important role in the transition to renewable energy. The Federal Ministry of Economy is working to make the electricity grid suitable for the energy transition process. This includes expanding the energy network as needed and continuously adapting it to the requirements of the energy transition. Electric mobility also imposes new requirements on the electricity grid. Distribution networks must become “smart” to meet the increasing demand for electricity. The German Energy Agency (DENA) is working on future electricity grid concepts. The goal is to make the electricity grid more flexible and efficient and facilitate the integration of renewable energies. The energy grid is the backbone of a successful energy transition, and is constantly evolving to meet increasing demands.
Differences in power grid failures in comparison
Power grid outages occur from time to time, even if they are usually only regional and temporary. In Germany, a lot of efforts are being made in all areas to ensure uninterrupted energy supply; Statistically speaking, German families have to live without electricity for less than 20 minutes on average per year. In the UK, it is already more than an hour per year, and in some European countries such as Poland or Italy, it is more than 3 hours.
The Federal Grid Agency’s comparison of federal states shows that headline numbers for power outages range between 9 and 19 minutes. Rhineland-Palatinate (about 19 minutes per year) and Brandenburg (about 17 minutes) top the list, closely followed by Saxony-Anhalt (16 minutes). Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Hessen, Bavaria, Berlin and Schleswig-Holstein are the least vulnerable to power outages (about 9 minutes each).
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