SAN FRANCISCO — Californians should prepare for power outages unless residents can conserve electricity amid the dangerous heat wave, California’s Independent Systems Operator warned Sunday morning.

California’s ISO is projecting “energy shortfalls” because of the record temperatures.

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Alameda’s Municipal Power says outages are likely Sunday as the Bay Area braces for a dangerous heat wave likely to bring triple-digits to much of the region.

For Alameda residents, rotating outages are likely to occur every 30 minutes.

The utility company says the first three affected locations would be west of Sherman to 9th Street, east of Sherman to Paru, south to Dayton, parts of Marina Village, areas east of Broadway and north

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