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For Tuesday 2016 February 23 and Wednesday 2016 February 24, I added 5 and 4 hours, respectively, to account for the hours I was away from home.

Of note is that there was no indication of energy distribution to my residence immediately before I departed my home and just as I arrived.

There is a possibility power was resumed at noon on Tuesday and disrupted shortly after 18:00 hours; I was away from approximately 10:00 hours to 20:04 hours.

However, given trends in the last few days, that may well be a remote probability.

Despite the compensatory hours, February’s daily average hours of electricity is 14 hours and 9 minutes.

In comparison with previous months, February lost 100 hours from December’s figure, hardly worthy of celebration.


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