Possible power outage for next two days

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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 7,104
    @tonyb some of the most desirable place here are in fire zones, Malibu is kind of nice if it's not on fire. As with any disaster prone area not too many would be building in these areas if they weren't ultimately insured by the American tax payers.
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  • nooshinjohnnooshinjohn Posts: 22,775
    edited October 2019
    afterburnt wrote: »
    The issue here in So. Cal. Is they keep building further into areas that are supposed to burn. Pretty much the case for this whole Santa Clarita valley.

    I am reminded of a reporterette who was beside herself with indignity after a single home was lost in Agoura Hills to a small wildfire. She decried the fact that this was a natural burn area and that this was a warning that homes should never be allowed to be built in these areas. She went as far as stating the home owners application to rebuild should be denied...

    Then they sent her to cover Katrina in New Orleans..., she was mortified that tens of thousands lost their homes it would take forever to rebuild. New Orleans is twenty plus feet BELOW SEA LEVEL! It is a natural flood basin for a river that changes with the wind, and only the Herculean efforts of the Army Corps of Engineers has kept it from altering its course, which the Mississippi does every thousand years or so., and will do again, taking New Orleans out anyway.

    Maybe millions of people should not be allowed to live in a flood plain? Or maybe people should be allowed to live where they want and assume the risk that comes with it.

    There is danger everywhere.
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  • tonybtonyb Posts: 32,462
    I hear ya John, but if people want to assume the risks that come with it.....more power to ya, rock on.

    But....don't cry when nature hits you in the arse and you want to blame it on climate change or some other B.S. That's all I'm sayin'...nature does what nature does, nobodys fault.

    It's just my observation, especially with California, that protecting the environment has become an extreme endeavor, that in some cases, supersedes the safety of humans. I think that's a fair statement. In other cases, nature can take a hike because they want the money, such as building homes in a area that is prone to natural fires.

    Also to be fair, California isn't the only state with such ideals that contradict each other. In the end, living anywhere has certain risks, only you can access those risks to determine if they are suitable to you. Nobody can say they were blind to the risks either. Crap happens sometimes, and nowhere is that more prevalent than watching nature do it's thing.

    My only wish, for you guys out on the west coast, is that for the governing bodies to do more in helping prevent fires, or at least help make them more controllable. There are things we have control over, and things we don't, how about exercising more control over the things we do. Is that too much to ask ? Sounds way more simple than it actually is though huh.
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 7,104
    @tonyb the governing bodies have done more in helping prevent fires, they banned fireplaces
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  • KexKex Posts: 4,304
    PG&E executives to appear before PUC

    Top executives of California's largest utility are expected at an emergency meeting Friday to answer hard questions by state regulators about a massive pre-emptive power shutdown last week that has been criticized as poorly executed and unacceptable.

    “The meeting of the California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco comes as outrage grows against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. The utility cut off power to more than 2 million people in northern and central California Oct. 9, saying that high wind forecasts could have damaged equipment and sparked wildfires.


    [...]

    “ ‘We ask our customers, their families and our local and state leaders to keep in mind the statistic that matters the most: there were no catastrophic wildfires,

    [...]

    PG&E said Monday its systems were damaged in more than 100 places — spots that could have been a potential source of ignition for a wildfire.
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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    Although it will take a while, they need to better segregate the high power lines into smaller areas. This recent power shutoff demonstrated that.
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  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 44,810
    edited October 2019
    The public vilified PG&E for the fires and now the public is doing the same because PG&E shut off the power to prevent fires!?! Can you say catch-22?

    I wouldn't be surprised if PG&E said screw it, shut it all down and said later losers.
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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 5,320
    Are you ready....to have your electricity shut off....for good?

  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,773
    Yesterday was the 30th anniversary of Loma Prieta -- which makes me feel old.
    I was in my car in Sunnyvale when it hit. It was... interesting . Took me three hours to get home (no traffic lights working so every intersection on 237 was a four-way stop).
  • F1nut wrote: »
    The public vilified PG&E for the fires and now the public is doing the same because PG&E shut off the power to prevent fires!?! Can you say catch-22?

    I wouldn't be surprised if PG&E said screw it, shut it all down and said later losers.

    Those in P who prefer big G and love to vilify B just can't see that.
    G created the rules for B to follow, then G plays the hero to P by taking B to task for following those rules.

    The WWE couldn't have scripted this any better.
    Actually WWE parodies real life situations like this in the ring.
  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    Here we go again. It is hotter than Hades, and we are now on a possible power outage on Saturday night.

    Of course, this is all trivial compared to what is already occurring further North, and down South with their fires. Good luck to everyone affected by this mess.
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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    Not sure what you are blabbering about. PG&E is a private company. Of course, many think that is the problem. They put profits over safety and functionality.
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  • la2vegasla2vegas Posts: 4,275
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Not sure what you are blabbering about. PG&E is a private company. Of course, many think that is the problem. They put profits over safety and functionality.

    He's probably trying to blabber about politics, or maybe not. :#
  • steveinazsteveinaz Posts: 19,409
    edited October 2019
    Let me clear it up for you. California is going down the tubes because of stupid political policy that help people get re-elected, but move the states economy backwards, and causing costs to soar---which of course is passed on to the Californian tax payer. Do you ever tire of the stupid legislation?

    I live in a red state, here's my average costs/monthly, please compare to your costs, and you'll see what I'm saying:

    electric $145 (average of summer/winter)
    water $28 (I have an in-ground pool with auto-fill too)
    natural gas $52
    city sewer/trash pick-up $22
    Annual property tax $2100 (1/3rd acre lot, 2400 sq ft home)

    Politics has a DIRECT effect on costs, that's why we have Cali immigrants moving to Arizona in huge numbers. I just hope they have learned their lesson.

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  • la2vegasla2vegas Posts: 4,275
    steveinaz wrote: »
    Let me clear it up for you. California is going down the tubes because of stupid political policy that help people get re-elected, but move the states economy backwards, and causing costs to soar---which of course is passed on to the Californian tax payer. Do you ever tire of the stupid legislation?

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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    steveinaz wrote: »
    Let me clear it up for you. California is going down the tubes because of stupid political policy that help people get re-elected, but move the states economy backwards, and causing costs to soar---which of course is passed on to the Californian tax payer. Do you ever tire of the stupid legislation?

    LOL.
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,773
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Not sure what you are blabbering about. PG&E is a private company. Of course, many think that is the problem. They put profits over safety and functionality.

    It is a public corporation (Investor Owned Utility) and publicly traded.
    Although I don't know what its status is during bankruptcy proceedings.
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  • sucks2bemesucks2beme Posts: 5,097
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Not sure what you are blabbering about. PG&E is a private company. Of course, many think that is the problem. They put profits over safety and functionality.

    The city owns the utilities here. They put politics over safety and functionality.
    The new guy in charge told them they needed a rate increase to cover essential
    Fixes to the grid. Voted down by the city council.
    So we have to put up with power outages. And it will cost $$$ down
    The road to fix. Not to mention issues with some areas with old lead
    Pipes that need replacing. Can you say Flint?
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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    sucks2beme wrote: »
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Not sure what you are blabbering about. PG&E is a private company. Of course, many think that is the problem. They put profits over safety and functionality.

    The city owns the utilities here. They put politics over safety and functionality.
    The new guy in charge told them they needed a rate increase to cover essential
    Fixes to the grid. Voted down by the city council.
    So we have to put up with power outages. And it will cost $$$ down
    The road to fix. Not to mention issues with some areas with old lead
    Pipes that need replacing. Can you say Flint?

    I really have no idea what you are blabbering about.
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  • tonybtonyb Posts: 32,462
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Not sure what you are blabbering about. PG&E is a private company. Of course, many think that is the problem. They put profits over safety and functionality.

    They are an investor owned company, and like every other company on the planet, they are in business to make money, not swap dollars. If local policy and mandates put enough strain on that profit to loss scenario, what do you think will happen ? Executive pay at PG&E isn't an issue either. The top 5 executives make less money that your starting quarterback playing a game.

    When a state, any state, partners with business for services, they should work in conjunction with each other to supply that service at a cost that benefits everyone.

    Would you not agree to that ?

    Can you honestly say California is working with PG&E, or working against them ? Can you honestly say, California isn't giving more weight to the environmentalists, than the needs of the people for dependable electric service ? Can you honestly say, California has their priorities screwed on straight ?

    There are solutions to this, none of which your state wants to bare the costs for, or suffer the politics for. That's the bottom line. The winds aren't going to stop blowing just for your sake.
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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    A minor clarification is by ‘private company’ I mean its not government owned/run.
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  • sucks2bemesucks2beme Posts: 5,097
    BlueFox wrote: »
    sucks2beme wrote: »
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Not sure what you are blabbering about. PG&E is a private company. Of course, many think that is the problem. They put profits over safety and functionality.

    The city owns the utilities here. They put politics over safety and functionality.
    The new guy in charge told them they needed a rate increase to cover essential
    Fixes to the grid. Voted down by the city council.
    So we have to put up with power outages. And it will cost $$$ down
    The road to fix. Not to mention issues with some areas with old lead
    Pipes that need replacing. Can you say Flint?

    I really have no idea what you are blabbering about.

    It's an example of common issues. Private or public, utilities are
    Under pressure. If PG&E was to be taken over tomorrow by the state
    Is the power grid going to get better? Most likely not.
    A whole lot of factors put them in this position. It's going to
    Take both them and the government working together to fix it.
    So far they aren't.
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 9,150
    la2vegas wrote: »
    steveinaz wrote: »
    Let me clear it up for you. California is going down the tubes because of stupid political policy that help people get re-elected, but move the states economy backwards, and causing costs to soar---which of course is passed on to the Californian tax payer. Do you ever tire of the stupid legislation?

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    But physical assault on somebody for stating their reasonable beliefs to a states' decline is OK?
    That's seems to be the answer these days, doesn't it.
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  • la2vegasla2vegas Posts: 4,275
    Tony M wrote: »
    la2vegas wrote: »
    steveinaz wrote: »
    Let me clear it up for you. California is going down the tubes because of stupid political policy that help people get re-elected, but move the states economy backwards, and causing costs to soar---which of course is passed on to the Californian tax payer. Do you ever tire of the stupid legislation?

    g0gn97a1hv15.jpg

    But physical assault on somebody for stating their reasonable beliefs to a states' decline is OK?
    That's seems to be the answer these days, doesn't it.

    We can talk politics all day til the cows come home, just not on this site per the posted rules.
  • Mikey081057Mikey081057 Posts: 7,250
    You think the rolling blackouts are inconvenient now? Turn it over to the government. Go ahead I dare ya CA.
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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    Just received this email from Nextdoor



    Social Media Communications Team, Pacific Gas and Electric Company AGENCY
    View larger photo ⚠️ Public Safety Power Shutoff: Power to be shut off for safety in 6 zones starting today. Address look-up tool www.pge.com/eventmaps ⚠️
    • Public Safety Power Shutoff This Week to Impact Portions of 36 Counties Beginning Saturday Afternoon
    • Potential PSPS Impact Expands by 90,000 Customers: Total projected impact now 940,000
    • Power to be shut off for safety in 6 zones starting @ approx 2PM today (weather dependent)
    • Historic Wind Event Forecast to Cause Dangerous Conditions Until Midday Monday
    • Look up your address to confirm if you’ll be impacted: www.pge.com/eventmaps
    Due to weather forecasts indicating potential for a historic wind event this weekend, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) confirmed it will implement a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) affecting approximately 940,000 customers—an increase of 90,000 from previous estimates—in portions of 36 counties. Widespread dry, hot and windy weather is expected to begin impacting the service area today between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. and lasting until midday Monday.
    As this weather system sweeps from north to south over a period of two to three days, PG&E customers across Northern and Central California will feel the effects of hot, dry winds at different times, which means outage times will vary as well.
    ☑ Oct. 26 PSPS event - Power Will Be Turned Off in Phases
    The times below are estimates and may change (earlier or later) dependent on weather.
    Phase 1 — 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 in portions of Amador, Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, San Joaquin, Sierra, Siskiyou, Shasta, Tehama and Yuba counties
    Phase 2 — 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 in portions of Lake, Marin, Mendocino (south), Napa, Solano, Sonoma and Yolo counties
    Phase 3 — 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 in portions of Alameda, Contra Costa, Monterey, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Stanislaus counties
    Phase 4 — 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 in portions of Alpine, Calaveras, Mariposa and Tuolumne counties
    Phase 5 — 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 in portions of Humboldt, Mendocino (north) and Trinity counties
    Phase 6 — 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 in portions of Kern County
    The power will be turned off to communities in stages, depending on local timing of the severe wind conditions.
    ☑ Customer Notifications and Impact
    In most cases, the company has notified potentially impacted customers at 48 hours, 24 hours and just before the de-energization. However, customers not impacted by the PSPS may experience power outages due to PG&E equipment damaged during this major wind event. Those customers will not be notified in advance.
    It is very possible customers may be affected by a power shutoff even though they are not experiencing extreme weather conditions in their specific location. This is because the electric system relies on power lines working together to provide electricity across cities, counties and regions.
    ☑ Estimated time of restoration
    Predictive data models indicate the weather event could be the most powerful to hit California in decades, with widespread dry northeast winds between 45-60 mph and peak gusts of 60-70 mph in the higher elevations.
    Winds of this magnitude pose a higher risk of damage and sparks on the electric system and rapid wildfire spread. The fire risk is even higher because vegetation on the ground has been dried out by recent wind events.
    Before restoring power, PG&E must inspect its equipment for damage and make any necessary repairs. That process cannot begin until the severe weather event has subsided.
    Given the prolonged period during which the wind event will unfold, and the large number of power line miles that will need to be inspected before restoration, customers are being asked to prepare for an extended outage of at least two days once the severe weather has passed.
    PG&E will work with state and local agencies to provide updated restoration timelines following the conclusion of the severe weather event.
    ☑ Customer Resources
    PG&E has opened 56 Community Resource Centers in areas where power will be shut off, and we are looking to add more. These centers will remain open in impacted areas throughout the PSPS to provide water, phone charging stations, air-conditioned seating and restrooms. To view the current list: www.pge.com/pspsupdates
    During the PSPS, customers in impacted areas will not be billed. PG&E has paused disconnection and collection activities in these areas.
    Given the forecast and conditions, PG&E is advising its customers of the potential for a widespread PSPS lasting several days, intended to prevent a catastrophic wildfire. PG&E’s Safety Action Center is a great information resource for making sure that you, your family, your neighborhood and even your pets are prepared before an emergency: www.safetyactioncenter.pge.com/
    As this intense weather event approaches the service area, PG&E’s forecasts will offer sharper detail, noting that the scope may continue to change on the number of customers who will be affected. Find updates, resources and more information about how a PSPS works at: www.pge.com/pspsupdates

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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 13,521
    Since power might be shutoff Saturday night (tonight) I decided to play it safe. So, while it is now 12:44PM Saturday, I haven’t been to bed yet for Friday. If the power is shutoff tonight I should sleep through it. :)
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  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 2,315
    Scary thing is PG&E still owns Diablo Canyon nuke plant? So how many corners are they cutting there?

    My Gas and Electric is $200 a month, no AC or heat used.
    Water is $140 a month, I have the house pressure set at 50psi

    A friend who wears a tin foil hat was saying the State wants to take over the utilities starting with PG&E.
    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

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