On Monday, PG&E announced that it might shut power off in a number of Californian counties on Wednesday, following a forecasted high wind event which could increase the risk of wildfires. Today, PG&E has released a list that suggests that more than 300,000 customers could be affected.
PG&E released a list of counties in California that could face a potential public safety power shutdown beginning tomorrow (Wednesday) morning. The list states that an estimated 302,992 PG&E customers could be affected.
The list will be updated with the times of the planned shutdown in each county when PG&E decides whether or not it will go ahead with the power shut off. Currently, the utility company is urging customers to prepare for an outage that could last several days.
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