Pacific Gas & Electric confirmed Tuesday that 800,000 customers across California would lose power over the course of five days. The plan will affect 34 counties as a precautionary measure amid high risk of wildfires. For a lot of people, the news immediately leads to thoughts of how to keep about their phones charged, their lights on and their refrigerator contents from spoiling. SFGate has a guide on how to prepare for the planned power outages. In terms of what to buy, time matters a lot. There’s no sense in shopping around for the highest-rated or cheapest product if you can’t get one this week. You’ll also want to make sure you have ample food and water and a full tank of gas, but if you’re in the Bay Area, you shouldn’t be stranded. Check out SFGate’s guide on how to prepare for an outage. Products from here on out will either be available for 1- or 2-day shipping, or you can buy online and pick-up in store at retailers like Best Buy, Target or Home Depot. Just make sure at checkout that the product is available and will ship on time for you, or if you’re buying and picking up, to choose the store closest to you. The PowerCore...