San Francisco-based power company PG&E Corp said on Friday it has actually begun rotating power interruptions at the direction of Californias grid operator, impacting about 200,000 to 250,000 clients at a time, given the pressure on the power grid during the statewide heatwave. The business stated in a declaration it is not calling a public security power shut-off, which is conducted during particular high fire risk conditions. PG&E said its blackouts, directed by the California Independent System Operator, are anticipated to impact approximately 250,000 consumers at a time in rotations of one hour each. PG&E will not be able to inform customers in advance of the shut-offs that might happen anywhere within the businesss service area, the statement said. In 2015, PG&Es power shut-offs struck hundreds of thousands of homes and work environments in northern California and were condemned by customers as well as authorities for being too prevalent, with inadequate interaction. The company recently emerged from bankruptcy, marking an end to a long-drawn restructuring procedure which started after its equipment stimulated some of the deadliest wildfires in California.