Local company gears up for anticipated power shut offs
–In order to keep communities safe, local energy companies will turn off power during extreme weather or wildfire conditions. This is called a Public Safety Power Shutoff and it’s currently happening all over California thanks to the start of fire season and extreme weather conditions.
Central Coast Power Services, based in Paso Robles, is prepared to help local business and residents with their Power Assurance Program.
The Power Assurance Program is a plan with affordable options to keep power to your home or business when PG&E shuts power off. CCPS will supply participants with back up power supply via generators. It’s a simple, local solution to help keep your business or home powered during these shut-offs.
CCPS CEO Mike Brady explains, “Our community is filled with residences and businesses who rely on electrical power for their safety, to provide running water, and power for a variety of business operations. It’s been my goal since I came back to the Central Coast, to have a company that supports the needs of my neighbors and community and there’s no time like the present to make that happen.”
For more information about the program, visit ccpspower.com.