MIDDLETOWN (CBS SF) — Alameda Municipal Power reported Monday that geothermal and solar power facilities near Middletown may have been damaged in the 62,000-acre Valley Fire, currently burning through Lake, Napa, and Sonoma counties.

These facilities don’t power Alameda directly but they are a part of AMP’s power supply, according to AMP officials, and the extent of any damage is not yet clear.

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Despite the potential damage to those facilities, however, service to customers remains uninterrupted, AMP officials said.

AMP’s power supplier, the Northern California Power Agency, has a variety of power sources and keeps combustion turbines at Alameda Point on standby in case other power plants should fail, according to AMP.

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“This diverse mix of generation places AMP in a far less vulnerable position when disasters like this occur,” AMP general manager Glenn Steiger said in a statement. “This event underscores the value of diversification but also the importance of planning for our energy future.”

AMP representatives declined further comment regarding the specific damages to the facilities.

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