Monday, August 24, 2020
How to Deal with PG&E Cutoffs
It's not new news about the horrible fires that are currently ravaging parts of California. As those fires unfortunately spread, certain precautions must be made to make sure there isn't more damage done that can be avoided. For PG&E (a unit of Pacific Gas & Electric Co.), public safety is taken very seriously, and many shutoffs need to happen to protect the public during times of disaster (i.e., the notorious Camp Fire). This precautionary measure is going to affect millions of Californians across 34 counties, leaving them without power from hours to days. How does one deal with these cutoffs from PG&E? The following will help those who understand what to do before a scheduled cutoff of power takes place and what to expect during.
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