No – going all electric will actually improve resilience in your home as removing gas infrastructure reduces the risk of fires in the event of an earthquake. Electrical service is also expected to return faster than gas service post disaster.
In the event of a power outage, many modern-day natural gas appliances will also not work as they requires electricity to run fans, motors and electronic ignitions.
AMP’s electric grid is reliable and has two redundant electricity lines feeding in power from PG&E. Each of those lines are capable of handling electricity demand for the entire City which can help reduce the likelihood of long power outages. AMP has also forecasted additional load from building electrification and is confident in their capacity to accommodate additional projected load.