ESSEN/MUNICH (dpa-AFX) - According to the grid operator Eon, almost all households in the flood areas of southern Germany have been supplied with electricity again. According to estimates, up to 27,000 households were temporarily cut off from the power supply, the company announced in Essen on Friday. In the meantime, only individual areas in which the water has not yet run off and industrial customers are still affected.

In the network area of the Eon subsidiary Bayernwerk, a transformer station was flooded. Many Bayernwerk and Lechwerke medium-voltage local network stations were not supplied. "The district of Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm was particularly badly affected."/rol/DP/stw