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Posted on: August 17, 2020

[ARCHIVED] California is in a Historic Heat Wave

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ATTENTION SANGER RESIDENTS - Over the next week, California and the rest of the West Coast will face a Historic Heatwave that will put pressure on our energy grid. In order to avoid electricity shortages, states like California are asking businesses and residents to reduce energy usage in order to prevent service interruptions. It’s especially important to limit energy usage from 3 pm to 10 pm, especially air conditioning, electric car charging and other energy intensive technology. Over cool your home overnight and in the morning in order to stay cool all day.

Sign up to receive Flex Alert notifications from your utility provider to help California conserve energy during times of grid stress.

California’s heatwave is expected to last all week! TO AVOID POWER OUTAGES, we have to do our part NOW to save energy. Pre-cool your home overnight and in the early morning at 72° and, from 3-10pm, set your A/C at 78° or higher and avoid using major appliances. Sign up for alerts here:

Click Here to read Cal OES Saving Energy Notice

Click Here to read 5 Tips to Reduce Energy Usage

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