Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-06-10 08:30:00 –
update (5:40 am, June 10)-NV Energy has announced that it has officially shut down Charleston Peak at 2:00 am on Thursday.
NV Energy said 470 Mount Charleston customers were turned off due to “extreme” fire weather conditions.The outage was expected to last until 10 am
update (6:32 pm)-While weather conditions allow it to power down at night, NV Energy did not power down Mount Charleston on Wednesday night.
“Mountain Public Security Suspension Management (PSOM) event. The Charleston area is available tonight as well. In the event of a power outage, the power outage is expected to continue until 10 am on Thursday, June 10th. “
Original report: Las Vegas (FOX5)-Wednesday night, rolling blackouts could occur at Mount Charleston, NV Energy said.
The public security outage management event is due to the weather conditions of the fire, starting at 6 pm on June 9th and lasting approximately 16 hours if necessary.
According to NV Energy, power outages affect about 470 people.
“This time frame includes an estimate of the duration of the weather event and the time it will take the crew to inspect the line for damage, vegetation, or debris to safely begin to restore power. Please note that recovery times can vary if weather conditions or the crew have to repair the equipment, “spokesman Jennifer Schuricht said in a media release.
During the PSOM outage, the Drive-Through Resource Center will be open Wednesday, June 10th, from 6pm to 8pm, and Thursday, 8am to 8pm. Charleston Peak Retreat, 2755 Kyle Canyon Road, Mount Charleston, NV89124.
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