PG&E Policies Will Lead to More Outages in 2019


Recently PG&E provided additional details about its fire safety plan for 2019. An important factor — expect more and broader blackouts this summer and fall. The announcement lays out the expansion of the Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) program.

More details available on the PG&E website.

What does this mean for you? Make sure your disaster preparedness plan includes what you will do when there is an unplanned outage. A few resources and tips to help:

  1. Understand what your stationary generator will power in the event of an outage
  2. Review and update your disaster preparedness plan
  3. Make sure that readiness plan addresses when key people are on vacation
  4. If renting portable generators is part of your plan, follow this generator rental checklist

If you have questions about preparing for power outages that these resources don’t cover, give us a call. We’re here to power your success!

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