RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Managers of California's power grid were anticipating another day of high electricity demand Saturday, Aug. 15, one day after initiating rolling blackouts for the first time since 2001. After a day that saw triple-digit temperatures in many parts of the state, the California Independent System Operator declared a Stage 3 Emergency at 8 p.m. Friday and directed utility companies to initiate rotating outages throughout California. Southern California Edison announced at 7:45 p.m. that it had been instructed to begin rotating, one-hour service interruptions. Shortly after, Riverside Public Utilities tweeted that ``rotating outages may occur to maintain statewide grid stability.'' The Imperial Irrigation District, which services parts of the Coachella Valley, including Ind
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