The #ISO stated a Stage 3 Emergency at 6:28 p.m., due to increased electrical energy demand, the unforeseen loss of a 470-MW power plant, and loss of 1,000 MW of wind power. Power was bought restored at 6:48 p.m., as wind resources increased. https://t.co/HpLZ3uGjB0— California ISO (@California_ISO) August 16, 2020

The #ISO is anticipated to cover electrical need with no phase emergency situations prepared at this time. Follow grid conditions at Todays Outlook. https://t.co/3yNpeqLnOW— California ISO (@California_ISO) August 15, 2020

SALINAS, Calif.– UPDATE: PG&E has actually started rotating power interruptions at the direction of Californias Independent System Operator, according to the official Twitter page for the South Bay and Central Coast.PG&& E says the outages are called because the states energy supply is inadequate to sufficiently fulfill expected demand throughout the statewide heatwave. Other power energies in the state are being directed to perform comparable rotating interruptions.
The interruptions are expected to impact roughly 220,000 PG&E customers in portions of the Central Coast and Central Valley, including Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Joaquin counties. No customers ought to be impacted over night.
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PG&E states the turning power outages will impact 200K – 250k clients. The action opposes a tweet sent early Saturday afternoon by CAISO saying they are expected to cover electrical needs and theyre not preparing a declared state emergency situation.
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Other power energies in the state are being directed to conduct comparable rotating outages.The failures are expected to impact approximately 220,000 PG&E customers in portions of the Central Coast and Central Valley, consisting of Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Joaquin counties. California Independent Operator stated they stated the Stage 3 Emergency at 6:28 p.m., due to increased electricity need, the unexpected loss of a 470-MW power plant, and loss of 1,000 MW of wind power. ————————————————————————————————————————— PG&E has initiated turning power outages at the direction of Californias Independent System Operator, according to the main Twitter page for the South Bay and Central Coast.PG&& E states the rotating power outages will impact 200K – 250k clients.

Other power utilities in the state are being directed to conduct similar turning outages.The outages are expected to affect roughly 220,000 PG&E consumers in portions of the Central Coast and Central Valley, including Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Joaquin counties. California Independent Operator said they declared the Stage 3 Emergency at 6:28 p.m., due to increased electricity need, the unexpected loss of a 470-MW power plant, and loss of 1,000 MW of wind power. ————————————————————————————————————————— PG&E has started turning power failures at the direction of Californias Independent System Operator, according to the main Twitter page for the South Bay and Central Coast.PG&& E states the turning power interruptions will impact 200K – 250k consumers. The action contradicts a tweet sent out early Saturday afternoon by CAISO stating they are expected to cover electrical demands and theyre not planning a declared state emergency.The city of Monterey verified the rotating blackouts and stated they will last up to 2 hours. The #ISO stated a Stage 3 Emergency at 6:28 p.m., due to increased electrical energy demand, the unanticipated loss of a 470-MW power plant, and loss of 1,000 MW of wind power.

At direction of Californias Grid Operator- PG&E has started a rotating interruption affecting approximately 200K – 250k customers. More information to come.

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The city of Monterey verified the turning blackouts and stated they will last approximately 2 hours. The citys Twitter account states PG&E was provided 10 minutes notice.
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California Independent Operator stated they declared the Stage 3 Emergency at 6:28 p.m., due to increased electrical energy demand, the unforeseen loss of a 470-MW power plant, and loss of 1,000 MW of wind power. ————————————————————————————————————————— PG&E has actually initiated rotating power interruptions at the instructions of Californias Independent System Operator, according to the official Twitter page for the South Bay and Central Coast.
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Monterey is affected by the @California_ISO blackout which will last approximately 2 hours. @PGE4Me was given 10 minutes notice and we were simply notified. Please treat all dark traffic signals and flashing red as 4 way stop.– City of Monterey (@CityofMonterey) August 16, 2020

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