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California Utility To Enforce Mandatory Blackouts For Millions

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California Utility To Enforce Mandatory Blackouts For Millions

The ongoing California power crisis is hitting yet another level as more blackouts are said to be on the way for millions of residents. In this case, Pacific Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison, two prominent California power companies, announced more incoming mandatory blackouts are on the way. Only this time, the blackouts are likely to go on for a longer period of time.

“We are preparing with our communities and state agencies for a large-scale shutoff that has the potential to be on the same order as the one on Oct. 9 — but of a longer duration,” Utility CEO Bill Johnson said.

As it stands, 850k people have been warned of the incoming mandatory blackouts. But that number is expected to rise significantly over the days. Those who are unprepared with prepper supplies should prep now. It appears that the future of California, at least for the next decade, will operate in mandatory blackout mode. Eventually, the power companies will be 100 percent controlled by the state, and we know what that means.

Without preparation, regular citizens become slaves in short order.

Here’s a full list of counties that will potentially go dark.


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  1. Alameda
  2. Alpine
  3. Amador
  4. Butte
  5. Calaveras
  6. Colusa
  7. Contra Costa
  8. El Dorado
  9. Glenn
  10. Humboldt
  11. Kern
  12. Lake
  13. Marin
  14. Mariposa
  15. Mendocino
  16. Monterey
  17. Napa
  18. Nevada
  19. Placer
  20. Plumas
  21. San Benito
  22. San Joaquin
  23. San Mateo
  24. Santa Clara
  25. Santa Cruz
  26. Shasta
  27. Sierra
  28. Siskiyou
  29. Solano
  30. Sonoma
  31. Stanislaus
  32. Tehama
  33. Trinity
  34. Tuolumne
  35. Yolo
  36. Yuba

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Author: Jim Satney

PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.




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