Nearly 30,000 prospects remained with out energy Sunday as the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power continued efforts to restore the energy grid.
Repairs for the remaining outages for the 29,350 prospects nonetheless with out energy are anticipated to take one other 24 to 48 hours to finish, with some “more complex outage repairs” anticipated to take longer, the LADWP stated in a information launch.
The hardest-hit group stays Koreatown, the place four,859 prospects remained with out energy as of 10 a.m., the newest determine supplied by the LADWP.
The energy system has been strained since an ongoing warmth wave hit Southern California, bringing with it harmful triple-digit temperatures.
The consequent utilization of energy for cooling functions prompted the electrical grid to exceed 5,700 megawatts on Saturday, making it the 2nd-highest weekend day in LA historical past, in response to the LADWP. That adopted Friday’s peak electrical energy utilization, which reached 6,256 megawatts and set a brand new document for a July day.
Thus far, the LADWP says it has restored energy to 51,000 prospects since Friday, with crews working 16-hour shifts to take action.
For a full checklist of outages, click on here.