On May 16, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released a staff analysis document that reviewed a North American Electric Reliability Corp. assessment on electric grid reliability in the upcoming months. FERC found that Texas and Southern California are the two major areas expected to experience the greatest reliability threat. The electricity demand growth has outpaced capacity growth in Texas while Southern California is still coping with the offline San Onofre nuclear power plant. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas plans to issue alerts advocating reduced electricity use. The rest of the country is expected to have adequate electricity reserves.