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FACTBOX-Some 123,000 customers without power after snowstorm in Canada/U.S.

Jan 5 (Reuters) - East Coast Canadian and U.S. utilities said about 123,000 homes and businesses were still without power early Friday from the massive snow and ice storm that battered the Atlantic Coast on Wednesday and Thursday. That is down from the roughly 235,000 outages the storm caused as U.S. utilities restored services after the storm moved north overnight. Most of the current outages were in the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec. In the United States, the biggest remaining outages were in West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina. The remnants of the giant storm were moving over the Canadian Maritimes and into the northern Atlantic Ocean.

The following lists major outages according to the utilities' websites, including some outages in Canada:

Power Company State/Province Out Now Served Emera - Nova Scotia Power NS 85,100

500,000

NB Power NB 16,600

394,000

Hydro Quebec QC 5,100

4,290,800

AEP - Appalachian Power WV, VA, TN 3,400

1,039,100

Dominion NC, VA 2,700

2,591,800

FirstEnergy - Ohio OH 1,900

2,093,500

NextEra - FPL FL 1,300

4,945,500

PSEG - New Jersey NJ 1,200

2,268,100

Duke - Florida FL 1,000

1,800,000

Avangrid - NYSEG NY 800

879,000

AES - Dayton Power OH 700

520,000

Exelon - BGE MD 500

1,282,300

Fortis - Newfoundland Power NL 500

262,000

Exelon - Pepco MD, DC 400

866,000

Southern - Georgia Power GA 300

2,441,300

Eversource - Eastern Massachusetts MA 200

1,157,200

Con Edison NY 200

3,323,500

Scana - SCE SC 200

724,300

FirstEnergy - New Jersey NJ 200

1,112,500

Exelon - Atlantic City Electric NJ 200

536,600

Avangrid - Central Maine ME 200

612,700

Exelon - Delmarva DE, MD 100

516,300

Emera Maine ME 100

159,000

Hydro One ON 100

1,300,000

Total 123,000

(Reporting by Scott DiSavino; Editing by Andrew Hay)