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PG&E expands resources for customers affected by planned power outages

Original post made on Jul 28, 2021

PG&E is expanding its resources for customers at risk of being affected by planned power outages as California's wildfire season rages on. Public Safety Power Shutoffs are part of PG&E's efforts to prevent wildfires that could happen.

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Posted by Danville
a resident of Danville
on Jul 28, 2021 at 7:39 am

Danville is a registered user.

The batteries they are offering medically compromised people (who qualify under strict guidelines) will maybe charge a cell phone or power one light for an hour. This does nothing to help the at-risk community who are on full-time oxygen or have other critical medical needs. Under the same guidelines, they offer help to pay for part of a generator to those who live in specific zones - most of Danville/San Ramon/Alamo are not in these zones. PG&E needs to plan and build for the future with their community. These shutdowns will impact the health of the community. Although trying, PG&E is not meeting the needs of their medically at-risk community.


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