Potential PSPS Event Impacting 12,000 Customers in Eight Counties

As you know, the majority of our customers in Northern and Central California will be facing a prolonged heat wave this week. In addition, PG&E is monitoring a weather event with breezy offshore winds and low humidity forecasted to start late Monday evening, July 1. In response, PG&E mobilized its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and shared two-day advanced notifications to approximately 12,000 customers throughout targeted areas within eight counties where PG&E may need to proactively turn the power off for safety to reduce wildfire risk from energized power lines. PG&E understands that losing power, especially during periods of high heat, is extremely difficult for customers and is working diligently to provide resources in these communities. 

Potentially Affected Counties and Customer Numbers:   

Colusa 550
Glenn    361
Lake    49
Shasta    8,888
Solano    96
Tehama        1,855
Yolo         204

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