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Update: Flex Alert Canceled for the Weekend

The California Independent System Operator's flex alert is still in effect until 6 p.m. Friday. However, the weekend alert has been canceled.

With temperatures continuing to climb, The California Independent System Operator has issued a Flex Alert effective 9 a.m. today, that will continue through 6 p.m. this evening.

Erin Johnson of ISO told Patch Friday afternoon that as a result of people effectively conserving energy, the alert for Saturday and Sunday had been canceled.

California ISO says at this point it is not planning a flex alert for Monday unless conditions change.

Real time grid conditions can be monitored here.

 

The ISO has issued the following information:

24-Hour Outlook for Sat. Aug. 11: No Flex Alert

High temperatures are forecast statewide. Conservation helpful but not critical. Forecast peak demand: 43,858 megawatts.

48-Hour Outlook for Sun.  Aug 12: No Flex Alert

High temperatures are forecast statewide. Conservation helpful but not critical. Forecast peak demand: 38,849 megawatts.

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