Due to the continued high temperatures, the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) has issued a Flex Alert for all of California for Thursday September 9th 2021 from 4 p.m. –9 p.m. Here is an ENERGIZED by Edison story with energy conservation tips and a link to CAISO’s news release.
“With above-normal temperatures in the forecast for much of California and the West, the power grid operator is predicting an increase in electricity demand, primarily from air conditioning use. The increased demand can make electricity supplies tight and strain the power grid, making conservation essential,” CAISO noted in its release.
Southern California Edison is asking customers to reduce electricity use on Wednesday, September 8 from 4–9 p.m. after the California Independent System Operator issued a Flex Alert the afternoon of Tuesday, September 7.
Energy conservation is critical to maintaining grid reliability and service.
SCE recommends that customers:
Prior to the Flex Alert
During the Flex Alert
There are currently no major heat-related outages in SCE’s service territory.
To learn more about CAISO’s system alerts, warnings and emergencies, including why CAISO calls for rotating outages, please visit caiso.com. More information on Flex Alerts can be found at flexalert.org/
Visit sce.com/outage for more information on outages.
To learn more energy saving tips, visit SCE’s website: sce.com/tips, or follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/SCE and on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/sce.
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