“Lower the thermostat immediately”: We are the energies

“Lower the thermostat immediately”: We are the energies

We Energies urges customers to turn the heat down to 60 to 62 degrees



If you start throwing the system away, you’re going to run into a problem where we don’t want to scare people. Well, but if we don’t have enough gas in the system, you have to start shutting off. Air can get into people’s pipes and into their ovens and appliances, as you know. You have to turn off the gas for customers, but the real problem is getting it back on again. It’s not like flipping a *** switch, or, you know, during a power out ***, you can turn the lights back on, and go back to everyone around you, it’s not like that. You literally have to go into every home, turn on their meter, go inside their home, pilot light, check all the natural gas appliances are working properly and safely and it takes time. So you can imagine where if you have, you know, even a dozen customers who are out of gas, it’s going to take some time. Well, and what do we think we can, if people, you know, can turn it down rather than have s*** status, we even have to worry about the worst case scenario. If people take a few small steps tonight during the night hours, we can get big and better results for everyone

“Lower the thermostat immediately”: We are the energies

We Energies urges customers to turn the heat down to 60 to 62 degrees

We Energies is asking customers to reduce their natural gas use by immediately lowering the heat to 60 to 62 degrees. We Energies reported that an interstate pipeline supplier that provides natural gas has suffered a major equipment failure, and this failure limits the amount of fuel they send and could cause a significant outage of natural gas. “We expect this shortfall to continue throughout the rest of the day – we’ll reassess tomorrow,” said Brendan Conway, director of media relations.

We Energies is asking customers to reduce their natural gas use by immediately lowering the heat to 60 to 62 degrees.

We Energies reported that the interstate pipeline supplier that supplies natural gas has suffered a major equipment failure.

This malfunction limits the amount of fuel they send and can cause a major outage of natural gas.

“We expect this shortfall to continue throughout the day – we’ll reassess tomorrow,” said Brendan Conway, director of media relations.

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