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The California Public Utilities Commission has approved Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s (PG&E’s) microgrid proposals, which are designed to reduce the number of customers affected by Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events and mitigate current impacts.
Northern California utility Pacific Gas & Electric Co. is asking for approval from state regulators to procure more than 400MW of lithium-ion energy storage from five projects.
The utility announced it had reached a plea agreement with the Butte County District Attorney’s office, saving PG&E executives from prison sentences, but with a $4 million fine imposed.
CPUC has ordered PG&E to take immediate corrective actions for problems with management during the largest PSPS event in the history of California.
A $100 million storage incentives scheme to assist a new kind of energy-vulnerable consumer.
PG&E has submitted its 2019 Wildfire Safety Plan to the California Public Utilities Commission.