California Asks Residents to Save Electricity

California asks residents to save electricity

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With much of California remains under an excessive heat warning through Friday, authorities are asking people to save electricity and turn down their thermostats if they are not home. Governor Gavin Newsom made this announcement on Aug. 31. Power companies have been warning customers there could be rolling blackouts.

The state is set to ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035 and accelerate the transition to electric vehicles.

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