Cal OES Shares Key Messages for Saving Energy, Available in Seven Languages 

Over the next week, California and the rest of the West Coast will face a historic heat wave that will put pressure on our energy grid. In order to avoid electricity shortages, states like California are asking residents to reduce energy usage in order to prevent service interruptions. Information on how to save energy at home and work have been developed. They are current available in seven languages:

English

Spanish

Vietnamese

Tagalog

Korean

Cantonese (Traditional Chinese)

Mandarin (Simplified Chinese)

For more information and resources, visit www.caloes.ca.gov and follow us on Twitter @cal_oes.

Robb Mayberry

Robb Mayberry is a Public Information Officer for the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. He has assisted in the response and recovery efforts with some of California’s worst disasters, including the San Refugio Oil Spill, the Valley and Butte Wildfires, Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Erskine Fire, the Winter Storms of 2017, the Tubbs Fire, the Thomas Fire, the Carr Fire, the Camp Fire, and the Ridgecrest Earthquake. Prior to public service, he spent 25 years managing the public and media relations for some of Northern California’s largest healthcare organizations.

One thought on “Cal OES Shares Key Messages for Saving Energy, Available in Seven Languages 

  • August 19, 2020 at 1:55 pm
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    Newsom is a clueless, pompous piece of shit whose ignorant policies of “100% green energy” have led to this crisis. Fossil fuel fired electric generating stations are necessary to provide safe, RELIABLE energy to the citizens of California. Newsom is an ignorant fucking clown.

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