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PG&E’s Possible Link to Camp Fire Carries Big Financial Burden

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. on Wednesday was staring into a financial abyss as it confronts the possibility that the Camp Fire burning in Northern California could be linked to the failure of its equipment. Meanwhile,  the destructive Woolsey Fire in Southern California may have ties to Southern California Edison Co. equipment. Read More

Chatterjee Urges EPA 'Self-Restraint' on Clean Power Plan

FERC and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are tasked with implementing federal climate policies, not establishing them, and as such the two agencies should act with "self-restraint" in their work on the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP), according to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Neil Chatterjee. Read More