By Rose Aguilar and Lea Ceasrine, KALW 91.7 FM SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC RADIO
October 31, 2019
On this edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss the history of PG&E and its role in California’s wildfires.
As of Tuesday, PG&E said that inspectors found 55 instances of damage to their equipment statewide. Up to 2.7 million people in Northern California lost power beginning last week due to PG&E's planned power shutoffs, and thousands of Bay Area customers are still in the dark without power. How is PG&E to blame for wildfire risk and what do we do now?
Rebecca Smith, energy reporter for The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal: PG&E Knew For Years Its Lines Could Spark Wildfires, and Didn't Fix Them