Limited imports, transmission hamper California market

The problem continues to be centered in northern California because of limited imports from the Northwest, energy officials said during an afternoon briefing. Congestion on transmission lines in the middle of the state also remains a problem.

Jan. 22, 2001—Once exempt from involuntary electricity outages, California refineries were notified by utilities they will be subject to rolling blackouts just as any ordinary customer.

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