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What is a Rolling Blackout?
What is a Rolling Blackout?

California faced over 5,000 wildfires from January through August of 2020. The fires affected approximately 100,000 acres of land across the state and fueled extreme temperatures--the subsequent heat wave caused utility companies across the state to impose rolling blackouts ...

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