National Grid pledged to deliver natural gas to over 1,100 customers stranded without service — after the Cuomo administration ordered the company to act Friday afternoon.

Cuomo ordered the natural gas company to immediately turn on the hookups for 1,157 customers in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island customers presently without service.

Within hours, National Grid said the taps would be turned back on for the affected customers, but did not provide an exact timeline.

“We are obviously disappointed in the NY PSC’s Order issued today. We stand by our analysis and there are very real gas supply constraints in the northeast. In the meantime, we have been working to identify unprecedented temporary solutions to help mitigate this situation and will immediately begin connecting the more than 1,100 applicants who have been identified in the order, “ said National Grid spokeswoman Karen Young in an email, although she did not provide as specific timeline as to when customers can expect their gas to flow.

“With the current regional natural gas capacity constraints, long-term guaranteed supplies are still needed to connect customers and to maintain the safety and reliability of the gas system for all customers.

“We will continue to work with the PSC and provide any information that is required,” she added.

The company’s answer was not welcomed by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who represents constituents without service.

“We’re not satisfied with the response. We need to look at all customers that were approved for service and get them connected immediately. We also need a comprehensive analysis of how many were denied service,” he said.

National Grid provides service to 1.8 million customers in the five boroughs and on Long Island.