PG&E customers should be granted formal status in a U.S. Bankruptcy Court case through which the embattled utility hopes to shed debts, including potentially billions of dollars in wildfire liabilities,
Wednesday, Feb. 6, San Francisco--TURN today formally requested that PG&E’s bankruptcy judge appoint an official committee of ratepayers so that the critical interests of 16,100,000 captive PG&E customers are represented.
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TURN URGES FEDERAL RECEIVERSHIP FOR PG&E
Wednesday, January 30, San Francisco–TURN Executive director Mark Toney urges the federal judge overseeing PG&E’s