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To help protect customers and communities during this hot and historically dry wildfire season, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has adjusted the sensitivity of some of its electric equipment in high fire-threat areas to automatically turn off power faster if the system detects a problem. This effort is helping to prevent potential wildfires but is causing outages for some customers. For those interested in learning more and asking questions, PG&E is hosting a webinar next Tuesday for Placer, Nevada and Sierra County residents.
Placer, Nevada and Sierra County
Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings Webinar:
10/19/21 from 5:30—7 p.m.
Click this link to join: LINK
Attendee Dial-In: 888-455-0046
Conference ID: 1743304
This webinar will include information about:
- Why we have adjusted settings in our communities to reduce the risk of wildfire
- Steps we are taking to reduce the frequency and length of outages
- Ongoing efforts to strengthen the electric system against severe weather and other environmental risks
- Resources that are available to support customers
Throughout the webinar, customers will also have opportunities to ask questions of PG&E experts. Closed captioning will be available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
To learn more about Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings before the webinar, please visit pge.com/epss.
For those who are unable to join, a copy of the presentation materials and a recording will be available at pge.com/firesafetywebinars.