Thousands of PG&E customers without power in Bay Area

Bay Area

BERKELEY (KRON) — Thousands of PG&E customers in the Bay Area have been without power Tuesday as temperatures scorched in the region.

A massive power outage in Berkeley impacted thousands of customers and was first reported just before 4 p.m. It was cleared up around 6:45 p.m.

More than 2,000 customers have lost power in Lafayette and Orinda

Approximately 399 people have lost power in Vallejo as well.

No word on what’s causing the outages. 

PG&E is aiming to return power to some regions between this evening. 

To check current PG&E outages across the state, click here

Here’s a full list of Bay Area customers impacted by power outages as of 11 p.m.: 


Customers — 399 

Restoration Time — 12:00 AM


Customers — 600 

Restoration Time — 12:18 AM

Pleasant Hill:

Customers — 1314

Restoration Time — 1:04 AM


Customers — 1996

Restoration Time — Not Available


Customers — 859

Restoration Time — 2:03 AM

Claremont Hills:

Customers — 245

Restoration Time — 11:33 PM


Customers — 344

Restoration Time — Not Available

Redwood City:

Customers — 185

Restoration Time — Not Available

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