Judge’s order strives to reduce the number of fires caused by PG&E

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“PG&E may not take into account the inconvenience to customers or its revenues and profits” over safety, says federal judge On Wednesday, a federal judge in charge of Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) ongoing criminal probation laid out a series of new regulations on the utility that are “intended to reduce to zero the number of wildfires caused by PG&E in the 2019 wildfire season.” In the most sweeping of the proposed changes to the terms of PG&E’s probation, Judge William Alsup says that the company must shut off power to parts of its grid whenever there is sufficient ris...

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