According to Connecticut Light and Power reports, power in Windsor was largely restored Wednesday night, reducing the number of households or businesses without electricity from over 1,500 to just 4.
At the height of local power outages in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, 16 percent of Windsor CL&P customers were without power.
The four households or businesses currenlty without power represent less than 1 percent of local customers.
Statewide, CL&P has reduced the number of residents without power by 50 percent over the past two days.
The utility held a press conference Wednesday, saying they are now transitioning into "full-restoration mode" to restore power to places like Stonington, which remains 80 percent without power.