FACTBOX-Over 200,000 U.S. customers without power after Hurricane Michael

Oct 15 (Reuters) - More than 200,000 homes and businesses in the U.S. Southeast were still without power on Monday after Hurricane Michael swept up the East Coast from Florida last week, according to local power companies. In total, Michael caused over 3 million outages from Florida to New York after hitting the Florida Panhandle as a Category 4 storm with maximum sustained winds of 155 miles per hour (250 kph). Some customers in the hardest-hit parts of Florida may have to wait another week or two until their power is restored, local utilities said. The Florida Division of Emergency Management said on its Twitter site that about 150,000 homes and businesses in the state were still without power, including more than 90 percent of customers in Calhoun and Gulf counties and over 80 percent in Jackson and Liberty counties on the Panhandle. Southern Co's Gulf Power unit estimated it would restore power in the hardest-hit areas, like Panama City, by Oct. 24, according to the company website.

The following table lists outages:

Power Company State/Provi Out Now Served


Southern - Gulf Power FL 61,100 457,100 Georgia co-ops GA 50,100 2,000,000 Duke - Carolinas NC, SC 26,000 4,040,000 Talquin Electric Co-op FL 20,500 52,000 Dominion NC, VA 14,400 2,610,600 Southern - Georgia Power GA 11,900 2,441,300 Duke - Florida FL 11,200 1,800,000 City of Tallahassee FL 10,000 113,000 AEP - Appalachian Power WV, VA, TN 1,400 1,033,600 Total 206,600 14,547,600

(Reporting by Harshith Aranya in Bengaluru and Scott DiSavino in New York; Editing by Jason Neely and Peter Cooney)