PG&E raises number of customers subject to blackout

HOUSTON, Mar. 19, 2001–In preparation for “potential electricity shortages this spring and summer,” Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said it increased by 120,000 the number of northern California customers subject to rotating outages, bringing the total to 2.8 million or 58% of its customer base.

By Ann de Rouffignac
OGJ Online

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