HUMBOLDT – Calif. (KIEM) – PG&E is holding a virtual Wildfire Safety Webinar, tomorrow, to talk about efforts to improve public safety power shutoffs.
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Attendees are encouraged to ask questions, vegetation management being one of the most common. Experts will be on hand to help you find the right answers for you and your family.
Information on where to find food during a shut off, and how to get back up batteries if needed will also be on the agenda.
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PG&E will also be sharing what technology and tools they are now using to help minimize your chances of having your power turned off.
Deanna Contreras, spokesperson for PG&E told Redwood News, “We’re installing technology on the lines called sectionalizers. Basically, it’s grid technology that helps break up the grid into smaller pieces so we’re able to shut off the areas where the severe weather is and the areas where the severe weather is not so fewer people are impacted.”
The webinar will be taking place tomorrow (May 26, 2021) from 6pm to 7:30 pm. To participate, access the virtual event below:
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The event can be accessed through the link or dial-in below or through PG&E’s website, pge.com/firesafetywebinars. Closed captioning will be available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
Click this link to join: bit.ly/3anyE1H
Attendee Dial-in: 1-866-501-6088
Conference ID: 8080444