On this edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss the history and future of PG&E, California's largest utility.
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. We'll discuss how we got here and where we're going. What questions do you have about PG&E?
Rebecca Smith, energy reporter for The Wall Street Journal
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