Over 2,000 PG&E customers in Grover Beach without power

December 6, 2023


More than 2,000 PG&E customers lost power in Grover Beach on Wednesday evening.

Shortly after 7 p.m., 2,050 PG&E customers in Grover Beach lost power. PG&E estimates the power will be restored by 11 p.m. The cause of the outage remains under investigation.

Power is out for customers east of Highway 1 west to 14th Street. The Pismo State Beach west of Highway 1 to the ocean is also without power.


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Force everyone to go all electric in house and cars and you have total control the current electrical system can’t even stay running now let alone when you mandate all electric. Talk about putting cart in front of horse OH my bad that’s the usual Government way

Another way to look at the gifted 13% rate increase is the ability to sell less power for the same income. The extreme case would be to provide no power and still charge for the poles and wires that are there just incase there is power to deliver. That portion of the bill will be increasing too as more have solar and less centralized power generation is needed. Additionally, there will be legislation prohibiting existing customers to get off the grid. This info is available if you can.