What to do about PG&E? Cities and others offer ideas
Plenty of people, it seems, have plans for PG&E Corp. Even before the California utility giant filed for bankruptcy facing $30 billion in potential liabilities from wildfires, state regulators began studying whether it needed to be reformed, restructured or even taken over by the government. They asked interested parties — city officials, unions, consumer groups and trade associations — to chime in.
Source: Renewable Energy