California regulators are considering new rules governing how and when utilities shut off power as an attempt to prevent electrical equipment from sparking dangerous wildfires.
A proposal under consideration by
California lawmakers approved legislation late Friday night to rescue the state’s largest utility by letting it bill ratepayers for some of the billions in liability it faces following 2017’s catastrophic
California lawmakers passed legislation to help utility giant PG&E Corp. pay for billions of dollars in potential liabilities from wildfires that ravaged Northern California wine country last year.
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