A rotating outage is an electric power outage that rotates from area to area, so no single neighborhood is down for very long. It’s designed to reduce demand and maintain power grid reliability. Brief outages protect against longer and larger outages. The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) decides when rotating outages are necessary to reduce demand on the power grid. Pacific Gas and Electric Company reports that outages are preventable. The more power we all save, the less likely power outages are.
You can find out if you are affected. Check to find your block and the possible rotating hour by visiting the PG&E website here.
Make sure to stay informed by visiting the PG&E website.
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