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April 16, 2024
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California PUC Levies $550M on Edison for Wildfires
Approves Utility's $1.3B Storage Project for Summer Reliability
Investigators found that Southern California Edison power lines sparked the Thomas Fire, which killed two people in December 2017 and led to a mud flow that killed 21 more.
Investigators found that Southern California Edison power lines sparked the Thomas Fire, which killed two people in December 2017 and led to a mud flow that killed 21 more. | U.S. Forest Service
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The CPUC fined Southern California Edison $550 million for major wildfires in 2017-18 and approved the utility's new $1.3 billion storage project.
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