California ISO calls Stage 2 emergency

Some 3,600 MW of generating capacity is out of service for maintenance, “but it’s the fires that are really hurting us,” said spokesman Patrick Dorinson. “It’s also very humid.”

Oregon electric companies must file deregulation plans by Nov. 1 plans with the Oregon Public Utility Commission, identifying what plants will remain under regulated rates to serve residential and small business consumers.

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