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PG&E says it could go bankrupt if held responsible for wildfires

PG&E says climate change are the cause of the wildfires and denies liability 

Automakers Join Utilities in Electric Vehicle Accord

GM joined Honda in signing onto the TEA announced Monday morning. The rest of signers include utilities, service companies or advocates such as Exelon Corp., National Grid, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and Siemens.

PG&E Increases Air Patrols Looking for Wildfires

The San Francisco-based utility reported that it has added two new routes to the patrols which assist the U.S. Forest Service, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) and local agencies. 

California PUC approves PG&E projects to speed electric vehicle adoption

The new programs will increase fast charging options for consumers as well as electric charging infrastructure for non-light-duty fleet vehicles

SCE lays out details of electric vehicle expansion in fleet, industrial areas

The utility will offer a rebate of up to 50 percent of charging station costs

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3-D Design and Modeling of PG&E Brownfield Substations Streamlines Electrical Grid Upgrades

California: PG&E territory power lines sparked 2017 wildfires

Overall, what is called the October 2017 Fire Siege involved more than 170 blazes which burned nearly 250,000 acres and killed 42 people

PG&E offering higher energy efficiency incentives to wildfire victims

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. will double new construction energy efficiency incentives for residential and business customers who lost their homes or businesses in the October 2017 Northern California wildfires

Overheard on the Earnings Calls: Utility CEOs get Candid

Some are obsessing over the response to wildfires on the west coast, winter storms on the upper Atlantic, nuclear power in the south and wind power both onshore and offshore.

FERC gives California gas-fired plants ‘must run’ status

The CPUC previously voted for Pacific Gas and Electric to shut the power plants down