The company said that it expects to emerge from bankruptcy in July.
Pacific Gas & Electric has confessed to killing 84 people in a devastating 2018 wildfire that wiped out the Northern California town of Paradise in November 2018.
Pacific Gas and Electric on Wednesday announced the latest overhaul of its board of directors in another step toward the nation's largest utility ending its bankruptcy.
The drama is scheduled to enter its latest act Wednesday.
Through the end of 2019, the city has recorded about 127,500 total service cutoffs.
Dominion Energy of Virginia bought the South Carolina utility last year and was also included in the suit.
Leonel Rondon, 18, died when a chimney collapsed on his vehicle in the driveway of a friend's home.
More than 81,000 have filed claims to the settlement fund, setting the stage for a potential scrum.
PG&E Corp. CEO Bill Johnson blamed negligence by the company's past management for a cascade of catastrophes that killed nearly 140 people as he tried to persuade California regulators Tuesday that he is steering the utility to make safety its top priority.
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The judge reportedly said the company had violated the terms of its probation.
California power producer PG&E Corp said on Tuesday it was on track to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy by June 30 and that it plans to spend about $37 billion to $41 billion over the next five years to safeguard its equipment as it posted another quarterly loss on claims related to fires.
A rusting piece of equipment that failed in 2018 on the Caribou-Palermo line has been blamed.
The proposal follows the bankruptcy filing last year by Pacific Gas & Electric after sections of its sprawling network of power lines were knocked down in windstorms and started wildfires that killed dozens of people and caused billions of dollars in damage.
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The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to hire two law firms to pursue legal action against the nation's largest utility.
Data from the Federal Communications Commission shows 874 cellphone towers were offline during an Oct. 27 power shutoff that affected millions of people
Representatives of AT&T and Verizon will testify in front of the California legislature on Wednesday.
California utility shut off power for millions of people during dangerous fire weather events in October and November.
The utility indicated it is still in talks with Newsom’s office regarding its bankruptcy proceedings.