Cheltenham experienced power cuts throughout the week, with thousands of households affected. The heatwave and the fire in the sub-station in Tommy Taylors Lane, near the Prince of Wales stadium, could be to blame.
Electricity North West confirmed at least 28 homes in the Halliwell area were without power. The power cut in the area has been caused by an unexpected incident with the underground cable that provides electricity to the properties.
Power cuts are planned in Bracknell tomorrow, and they are set to disrupt the power for dozens of residents. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks said they have planned power cuts, so engineers can safely work on cables that supply power to properties.
Hundreds of homes and businesses in the city's West End have were affected by a power cut. Properties in Park Circus, Hyndland, and Kelvindale are among those understood to have been impacted by a fault in the G3 postcode area.
Hundreds of travelers became stuck in an outback traffic jam near the border crossing between Western Australia and the Northern Territory, after a power cut at a Telstra exchange across the Kimberley. The outage caused long delays as checkpoint staff struggled to process WA border passes.
UK Power Networks has confirmed that more properties in and around Hitchin were affected by a power cut. Engineers worked to restore electricity to households. A couple of hours later, service was restored.
Due to an equipment failure, several downed power lines caused roughly 1,700 residents between Bringle Ferry and Stokes Ferry roads to lose power following two power cuts that are still under investigation.
Hundreds of homes were without power for more than 10 hours after a supply problem struck during England's Euro 2020 victory over Denmark. The power cut affected some people living in Acle and numerous villages further south such as Tunstall, Southwood and Cantley.
More than 700 homes were without power in Herefordshire. The company said the power cut involved a high voltage cut, which tends to affect more people than low voltage faults. The service was restored later.
A power cut has hit some homes and businesses in and around Cromer on the north Norfolk coast. Almost 400 properties were hit by a power cut – with some set to be without electricity for several hours.