Many of you have been following us for a long time on Croblanc, and you already know that we regularly share new video content from the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance which our community is extremely fond of. And so we decided to share with you today this latest content that might spark your interest.
Indeed, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance has decided today to post a new video which is called "California Asks Residents to Save Electricity". Of course, you can now find it in full playback on our site for your greatest pleasure!
Many people have been talking about this new video for several hours on social networks and it has also generated many comments on the forums found on the web. Moreover, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance is not new to publishing a video that is causing a stir. We know that you are often very interested in this type of content.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video California Asks Residents to Save Electricity published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
With much of California remains under an excessive heat warning through Friday, authorities are asking people to save electricity and turn down their thermostats if they are not home. Governor Gavin Newsom made this announcement on Aug. 31. Power companies have been warning customers there could be rolling blackouts.
The state is set to ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035 and accelerate the transition to electric vehicles.