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dstone12
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Member since Jan 2007
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Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
It started at 180,000 customers out of power.

Now I heard on radio it’s up to 1,000,000.
They were talking about cDOT asking for patience and forgiveness at nonfuntional stoplights. Etc. this could get ugly.

If that is the case, various groups of observers have to be watching and taking notes.


1. The EMP Pinch Crowd.
2. Preppers
3. FEMA
4. Dept of energy
5. Homeland Security
6. NSA

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Uncle Don
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The Big House
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
When they got their power back on they will get to see on the news that this is all Trump’s fault


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timdonaghyswhistle
Member since Jul 2018
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
What's the problem? This has to be MASSIVELY reducing their carbon footprints.


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The Boat
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Monroe, Louisiana
Member since Oct 2008
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
The power is out so the lines are dead so they won't spark fires when the wind knocks them down.

I love to bag on California as much as anyone but they're being pretty proactive here.

Now they need to be more proactive in their risk reduction so it doesn't get to this point but that's another topic.


ShermanTxTiger
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
PG&E is getting tired of being sued for California wildfires. Good risk mgt strategy on their part.


chity
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Member since Dec 2008
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
I am sure there will be several lawsuits. Loss of wages, reimbursement for spoiled food, etc. All financed by the U.S. Taxpayer.


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Rohan Gravy
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
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Now they need to be more proactive in their risk reduction so it doesn't get to this point but that's another topic.


Cutting trees down?


dstone12
East Carolina Fan
Member since Jan 2007
9351 posts

re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
I’m very interested in what an area of 1 million customers out of power are going to collectively do.

I assume that the nursing homes and hospitals are generator-ready......burnin off that fossil fuel

Grocery stores sold out of refrigerated/frozen foods?


Are one million customers prepared of their fridge is out of power for one week?
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The Boat
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
More so underbrush. But they won't touch areas because they're muh protected.


Hog Zealot
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
Cut the power to prevent forest fires.
Force residents to cook on open flame outside.
What could go wrong?


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Azkiger
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
Good, they're getting a taste of the green new deal.


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dstone12
East Carolina Fan
Member since Jan 2007
9351 posts

re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
Block Partay gonna turn in to an inferno.


They should do some yeti vs rtic Ice tests.


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Fireman17
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Member since Oct 2010
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
The is a test for when left gets back to WH to slowly start doing this around the country.. We can't let them take back the WH.. If you don't have power they can control the information


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LSUFanHouston
LSU Fan
NOLA
Member since Jul 2009
17515 posts

re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
Just wait until the generator, grill, and candle fires start.

This is what happens when you combine a dysfunctional government with a monopolistic, profits first, DGAF company.

Us in Louisiana are used to this...

Also...

quote:

CHP investigates a shooting of a PG&E truck on Interstate 5


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OmniPundit
Alabama Fan
Florida
Member since Sep 2018
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
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Are one million customers prepared of their fridge is out of power for one week?


Only at times in parts of FL, Al, Ms, La & TX, & the east coast (hurricane areas). This is nothing new to us; it's just part of living in paradise.
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dstone12
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
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FL, Al, Ms, La & TX

Baws



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California

Not Baws


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SDVTiger
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
NorCal = shitehole


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captron
Stanford Fan
Sillycon Valley
Member since Jul 2018
30 posts

re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
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PG&E is getting tired of being sued for California wildfires. Good risk mgt strategy on their part.



Frick PG&E

PG&E for decades has under-maintained lines/equipment with a grin, wink and nod from the the California Utilities commission. Both corrupt to the core.


ShermanTxTiger
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
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PG&E for decades has under-maintained lines/equipment with a grin, wink and nod from the the California Utilities commission. Both corrupt to the core.


California has price suppression laws to keep them in the hole many years. When something happens with wildfires, every piss ant Californian wants to sue them.


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Flats
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Member since Jul 2019
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re: Is Nor Cal power saga going to be a case study in crisis management?
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Frick PG&E


You, the state and slimy lawyers already did. That’s why they’re cutting off the power.

You should really do some cause & effect analysis on this.


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