Power Outage Maps
The State’s investor-owned electric utilities, notably Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), may shut off electric power, referred to as “de-energization” or Public Safety Power Shut-offs, to protect public safety under California law.
A Cooling Center provides a place for you and your family to go to cool down during hot summer days.
Electric power shut-offs, referred to as “de-energization” or Public Safety Power Shut-offs, aim to protect public safety under California law.
We created a checklist to prepare you and your family if there is a power outage.
Power plants can report outages directly to us. Customers should report outages on their utility websites.
The CPUC enforces rules and regulations to ensure that power plant operators and utility companies run a safe and reliable electric or communication system.