Public Safety Power Shutoffs


A Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) is a safety procedure utilized by electric utilities to proactively turn off power when and where conditions present an increased wildfire risk. The practice of de-energization as a last resort for public safety is regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).

In partnership with fire weather experts, Liberty monitors real-time weather data and forecasts and regularly tests fuel moisture during the fire season. If it is determined that the forecasted conditions meet or exceed safety thresholds, Liberty will initiate a PSPS.

 

In the event that a PSPS is a possibility, Liberty will attempt to contact customers through calls, texts and emails, using contact information on file. Call 1-800-782-2506 or update your account's contact information by clicking the button below.

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PSPS Toolkit

Learn more about the actions Liberty is taking to reduce the potential of implementing a PSPS. Below are additional resources in multiple languages to help you understand, prepare for, and endure a PSPS event. 

Helpful Tips for a PSPS

In the event of a PSPS, check out the videos below for some helpful tips for preparing before, during, and after a PSPS.


Before a PSPS

During a PSPS

After a PSPS

PSPS Resources


Liberty's PSPS Preparation Presentation