No damage reported in Santiago but Irma did bring the badly needed rain. Right now they have no hydro and this is the info that I managed to find: "Last news: the city of Santiago de Cuba continues in the blackout. The energy transmission lines that link to the Thermoelectric Ramón Pérez, known as felton in Holguín, with the Central Antonio Maceo (rented) of Santiago de Cuba are found damaged. The Thermoelectric 10 October in Camagüey class during the voyage of hurricane Irma. More than 20 hours carry engineers and technicians from the Thermoelectric. Trying to solve the generation in MACHINE #6 in order to stabilize the electric fluid in Santiago de Cuba. There's hardly any rest. Further work will be continued on other generators to meet the demand that had previously produced 3 plants linked to the national electroenergético system."