Could selling PG&E to its customers help solve California’s power problems?

JUDY WOODRUFF: When wildfires broke out again in California last month, residents weren’t just worried about the fires themselves. Many were angry and frustrated over intentional blackouts that were designed to reduce the risks of even more fires. The state’s largest utility, PG&E, was the target of much of that anger. The company’s maintenance of […]

PG&E starts California wildfires, and gets away with it | AJ+

This is the aftermath of California’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire. 85 people died here in a fire that PG&E, the country’s largest utility, is suspected of starting. Now, PG&E has filed for bankruptcy, which pauses any lawsuits brought by survivors. And that means those who’ve lost everything might get nothing at all. This is […]