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PG&E Could Shut Off Power To More Than 600,000 Customers In California

Newsy Tuesday, 8 October 2019 ()
PG&E Could Shut Off Power To More Than 600,000 Customers In CaliforniaWatch VideoHundreds of thousands of households in northern and central California could lose power this week. 

That's because the Pacific Gas & Electric Co. may conduct a preventive power shut-off across nearly 30 counties in response to high winds that could pose a fire threat. If that shut-off happens, it'll start early...
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News video: California Counties Could Lose Power Over Wildfire Concerns

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California Counties Could Lose Power Over Wildfire Concerns Pacific Gas & Electric says up to 29 counties may be affected this week. The power switch-off would be due to an upcoming period of dry and windy conditions hitting the areas. PG&E says the intentional shutdowns are being considered after a...

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