Sun Coast responds to major power outages spanning Michigan to New York amid heat wave

HOUSTON, July 22, 2019 – Much of the country experienced a large heat wave over the weekend. The northeast was impacted hardest after heavy storms resulted in mass power outages, leaving hundreds of thousands without electricity during the heat wave.

New York City Mayer Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency after temperatures soared into triple digits over the weekend. The storms downed thousands of power lines across multiple states from Michigan to New York. Utility companies are working endlessly to restore power to all customers by Wednesday.

During severe weather conditions such as this, Sun Coast answers the call. We provide 24/7 generator fueling, on-site fueling, and dedicated fuel trucks to name a few. In the past, we’ve provided critical fuel supply services to governmental agencies, utilities, communication companies, hospitals, delivery services, grocery stores, restoration, and other fleet and equipment operators.

For more information on Sun Coast’s emergency response services, visit www.suncoastresources.com/emergency, or give us a call at (800) 677-FUEL (3835) ext. 567.