Flex Alert: Californians being asked to conserve energy for the 4th day in a row

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Flex Alert: Californians being asked to conserve energy for the 4th day in a row

Californians are being asked to conserve power for the fourth day in a row as the state’s grid operator expects another strain on the energy grid.Video above: Weather forecast for September 3, 2022The California Independent System Operator, or Cal ISO, announced that a Flex Alert was extended to Saturday. The alerts have previously been issued for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. With a Flex Alert, residents are urged to conserve electricity from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. each day as energy use is expected to increase amid a long stretch of high temperatures, the California Independent System Operator said in a release.The Flex Alerts have been issued to avoid power disruptions due to the increased strain on the power grid due to more people using electricity to keep cool.

Californians are being asked to conserve power for the fourth day in a row as the state’s grid operator expects another strain on the energy grid.

Video above: Weather forecast for September 3, 2022

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The California Independent System Operator, or Cal ISO, announced that a Flex Alert was extended to Saturday. The alerts have previously been issued for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

With a Flex Alert, residents are urged to conserve electricity from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. each day as energy use is expected to increase amid a long stretch of high temperatures, the California Independent System Operator said in a release.

The Flex Alerts have been issued to avoid power disruptions due to the increased strain on the power grid due to more people using electricity to keep cool.

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