CPUC Agrees to New Rules Regarding Shutting Off Power Lines and Preventing Wildfires – KSRO

Posted on Jul 13 2018 - 10:58am by Zennie Abraham
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California utility companies are facing new rules about notifying customers when turning off power lines to prevent wildfires. Members of the California Public Utilities Commission unanimously agreed yesterday that companies like PG&E must notify
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