The two agencies are working together to create clean energy jobs and build pathways into the middle class in disadvantaged communities.
Hawaii's main electric utility faces multiple lawsuits accusing it of neglecting wildfire preparations.
A judge said there is enough evidence to try PG&E on four manslaughter counts and other charges from the September 2020 Zogg Fire in Shasta County, Calif.
After disastrous hurricane seasons, FPL instituted its “Storm Secure” program in 2006; resulting improvements paid off when Hurricane Ian made landfall.
The OC rejected modifications to its issue charge exploring costs for generators deemed critical to maintaining interconnection reliability operating limits.
The CPUC released PG&E from its enhanced oversight and enforcement process after the utility met its 2021 tree clearing goals on its highest fire risk lines.
PG&E ended five years of probation, but the judge in charge of the case said the utility remains a danger to Californians in high fire-threat areas.
The Oregon PUC voted to move ahead with a proposal to amend utility wildfire mitigation plans despite concerns about joint inspections of utilities' poles.
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FERC approved a $300,000 penalty against the Ohio Valley Electric Corp. for multiple violations of NERC's standards for vegetation management.
Four manslaughter charges against PG&E in the 2020 Zogg Fire followed the first lawsuit against the utility for starting the still-burning Dixie Fire.
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