Monday, 02 July 2012 09:01
If the power alert is green that means the SEPB is advising that no conservation measures are needed. A yellow alert means that power costs have increased and customers are advised to conserve if possible. During yellow alerts the power board advises customers to set their summer thermostats at 78 degrees or higher. Power conservation during these periods will save the power board money and result in lower rates for customers. A pink power alert means that power shortages will occur and rolling black-outs may be necessary to maintain stability of the electric grid.
SEPB will send out email notifications to its customers when the power alert changes, but you may also check Twitter, Facebook, Cable Ch. 2 or the SEPB website.
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