As Californians, we’re told every year that we need to use less energy. But this year really is different: there is less natural gas available in Southern California this summer to generate the electricity we use to keep our lights on and our homes cool.
About 60 percent of the electricity we generate here in California comes from natural gas,but due to the events at the Aliso Canyon storage facility last year, Southern California has a limited availability of natural gas this summer.This could lead to electricity shortages, which could result in power outages.
The Energy Providers of Southern California have come together to keep our cities running, help you conserve natural gas and electricity,
and lower the risk of power outages this summer.