California back on blackout watch; BPA also on alert

During a 4 p.m. PST briefing Tuesday, Patrick Dorinson, spokesman for the California Independent System Operator (ISO), said the situation “appears to be looking better. But with these margins, anything could happen.”


By ANN DE ROUFFIGNAC
OGJ Online

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