By Mike Gorman/Business Insider Gavin Power, the British electricity generator, has been hit by a massive power outage.
According to its chief executive, the plant, which produces 2,200 megawatts of electricity, has run into a problem.
In a press release, the company said the problem “is now in the process of being fixed”.
According to Bloomberg, “the cause of the power failure is under investigation.”
Bloomberg says the cause of this problem is “under investigation.”
“Our company is deeply sorry to have caused this inconvenience to our customers,” Gavin Power said.
The utility has been “working closely” with the National Grid, which is in charge of the system.
“We are currently in the midst of an investigation into this issue,” Gavin Energy said in a statement.
The company said it was “taking appropriate action to protect our customers”.
The issue affects the “first-class supply of electricity to the electricity network,” Gavin said, which means it could impact electricity prices.
“Any disruption to our supply to customers could result in lower electricity prices for consumers and could also impact on the energy sector as a whole,” the company continued.
The power company also said it “remains committed to ensuring that our customers’ electricity service remains free and reliable.”