The California PUC will open a new phase of an investigation into PG&E’s safety practices as the utility faces allegations that its equipment ignited the Camp Fire. | California Governor’s Office of Emergency ServicesRead More
California lawmakers advanced a proposal Tuesday to help utilities pay for wildfire damages, a compromise that left utilities and ratepayer advocates unhappy. | Photo Source: Army National Guard, Capt. Will MartinRead More
A bill that would require California to get 100% of its power from renewable and other zero-carbon resources by 2045 passed a major hurdle Tuesday, clearing the state Assembly by a narrow margin. | © RTO InsiderRead More
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