Work is being undertaken to connect the final few homes in Scotland left without power as a result of Storm Arwen.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) said that bad weather had hampered progress for repair teams on Saturday, which left around 30 properties without power overnight.
It comes after more than 100 military personnel were deployed to assist those without power.
Mark Rough, SSEN’s director of operations, said that field staff are working to reconnect the final homes “as quickly and safely as possible”.
“The weather conditions have been really challenging for our teams today, but we are continuing to work throughout Saturday night to safely connect the final few homes,” he said.
“Our localised network has sustained significant damage and through a combination of repairs and mobile generation we will continue to work until all power is restored.
“We have over 700 field staff working with support from other network operators and contractors from across Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, and everyone is making a real effort to reconnect the final homes as quickly and safely as possible.”
“I’d like to thank customers for their continued patience and apologise for the disruption caused.
“We continue to work closely with local authorities and local resilience partnerships in Aberdeenshire to support welfare checks to those who remain off supply.”