Or. Admin. R. 860-300-0060 - Ongoing Informational Requirements for Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS)

(1) The Public Utility will create a web-based interface that includes real-time, dynamic information on location, de-energization duration estimates, and re-energization estimates. The web-based interface will be hosted on the Public Utility's website and must be accessible during a PSPS event. The Public Utility will complete the web-based interface before March 31, 2024.
(2) The Public Utility will make its considerations when evaluating the likelihood of a PSPS publicly available on its website. These considerations include, but are not limited to: strong wind events, other current weather conditions, primary triggers in high risk zones that could cause a fire, and any other elements that define an extreme fire hazard evaluated by the Public Utility.
(3) The Public Utility will ensure that its website has the bandwidth capable of handling web traffic surges in the event of a Public Safety Power Shutoff.
(4) The Public Utility will work to provide real-time geographic information pertaining to PSPS outages compatible with Public Safety Partner GIS platforms.


Or. Admin. R. 860-300-0060
PUC 4-2022, adopt filed 05/24/2022, effective 5/24/2022

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 183, ORS 756 & ORS 757

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 756.040 & ORS 757.020

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