Wildfires interrupt California power supply

The ISO did not specify the areas affected. But a wildfire in the Plumas National Forest north of Sacramento had grown to about 20,500 acres early Tuesday, according to the National Fire Information Center. The fire has affected about 550 Mw of generation.

San Diego businesses can be charged no more than $220/month for using up to 1500 kw-hr, under a rate cap approved Monday by the California Public Utilities Commission. Similarly, residential customers can be charged no more than $68/month for using up to 500 kw-hr of electricity.

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