When architecture sophomore Diana Fierro Gonzalez and her family first got an email that Texas was going to experience some cold weather, she said wasn’t worried. Cold snaps are common for a Texas winter. When the power shut off for supposed rolling power blackouts, she still wasn’t worried. But then, the power didn’t come back for almost a week.
Update Monday morning, February 24 Power outages affecting the same 751 customers in San Luis Obispo occurred at 7:00 a.m., according to the PG&E website. Crews are investigating the outage and power is expected to be restored at 11:15 a.m. Power was restored this morning at approximately 8:56 a.m. according to PG&E updates. The cause […]
Update: 3 p.m. PG&E restored the electrical feed to Cal Poly at 2:20 p.m., according to a campus-wide emergency notification. Cal Poly teams worked to restore power to the campus core and electricity was on throughout campus by 3 p.m. “All academic and regular operations will resume as scheduled,” the campus emergency notification read. Original […]
A second power outage strikes Cal Poly this week.