The utility is watching the weather in Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties.
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Bouchaine Vineyards in Napa has brought in a giant green generator to power the winery in the event that PG&E turns off the power.
"We can't do anything without power. We can't bring in fruit and crush it. We have no temperature control in our tanks. No pumps work. We couldn't press anything if we wanted to get it out of tank and get it into barrel. We are just dead in the water without power. So we have had to really think ahead so we don't get stuck," said winemaker and general manager Chris Kajani.
The winery rented the generator for three months. Hardware stores in Wine Country say they are selling out of generators as homeowners and businesses try to prepare for outages.
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This is the new reality in the North Bay as PG&E threatens to shut down the power when the weather is hot and windy.
The fear is that their equipment could spark a wildfire. So they will turn it off to prevent a fire from starting.
This leaves residents and homeowners on edge as they wonder if it will happen and what they will do. But some say a power outage is better than the alternative.
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"It's tough, don't get me wrong. It's tough on businesses, tough on school districts, it is hard on our neighborhoods obviously. But having been evacuated during the fire, I'd rather have them check all those lines and be cautious instead of having to do that again," said Kajani, who lives in Napa County.
PG&E says it is monitoring the current weather conditions. It will announce it is shutting off the power before it happens.
This big guy will keep Bouchaine Vineyards going if PG&E shuts off the power. The winery rented the generator for three months. PG&E is considering turning the power off in Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties in an effort to prevent wildfires. pic.twitter.com/xxaMlN48lo— Amy Hollyfield (@amyhollyfield) September 24, 2019