Cuba is experiencing a nationwide blackout, according to state media.
Officials said Hurricane Ian, which wreaked havoc in western Cuba on Tuesday, caused the power outage.
In a social media posting, Cuba’s state-run National Electric System said the current output for the island nation of 11 million people was at zero percent.
Officials said they hope to begin restoring power late Tuesday or early Wednesday.
Earlier, the state electric company, Unión Eléctrica de Cuba, said it would keep off the power in Havana to avoid deaths or damage to property until the weather improves, following the hurricane-strength rains and winds that hit the capital.