Doesn't Anaheim generate its own electricity?

Anaheim obtains electricity from different resources. We have partial ownership in power plants in Southern California and contractual interests in resources from Nevada to the high plains of central Utah and as far north as Wyoming. We also generate some of our own electricity right here in Anaheim. Our ownership resources and long-term contracts generally provide electric power at lower rates than the daily open markets. However, we do, on occasion make spot market purchases.

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1. What is Anaheim doing to prepare for the possibility of energy shortages?
2. What happened to the electric industry in California?
3. What about Anaheim's electric rates?
4. Why did other utilities raise their rates?
5. How is Anaheim different from the IOUs?
6. What is a Stage 3 Electrical Emergency?
7. What is a rotating outage?
8. What if a statewide electrical emergency continues?
9. Is Anaheim subject to rotating outages?
10. Are there any areas that are exempt from rotating outages?
11. Doesn't Anaheim generate its own electricity?
12. Why does Anaheim have to participate in the rotating outages?
13. What is Anaheim doing to avoid rotating outages?
14. How can I help prevent rotating outages?
15. Where can I obtain more information?