PG&E Will Bury 10,000 Miles of Power Lines So They Don’t Spark Wildfires

pge will bury 10000 miles of power lines so they dont spark wildfires

Sumary of PG&E Will Bury 10,000 Miles of Power Lines So They Don’t Spark Wildfires:

  • Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption toggle caption Jeff Chiu/AP Pacific Gas &
  • , in 2019. David Swanson/AP hide caption toggle caption David Swanson/AP The Saddleridge Fire in Sylmar, Calif.
  • , in 2019. David Swanson/AP The backlash to PG&E’s potential liability for the Dixie Fire prompted the company’s recently hired CEO, Patricia “Patti” Poppe, to unveil the plan for underground lines several months earlier than she said she planned.
  • SoCal Edison trucks arrive at the site of a transformer tower in Sylmar, Calif.
  • Christian Monterrosa/AP hide caption toggle caption Christian Monterrosa/AP SoCal Edison trucks arrive at the site of a transformer tower in Sylmar, Calif.
  • Christian Monterrosa/AP PG&E said only that burying the lines will take several years.
  • , in 2019. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption toggle caption Jeff Chiu/AP A helicopter drops water on a fire on San Bruno Mountain near Brisbane, Calif.
  • , in 2019. Jeff Chiu/AP The biggest fire, in Butte County, wiped out the entire town of Paradise and resulted in PG&E pleading guilty to 84 felony counts of involuntary manslaughter last year just weeks before it emerged from one of the most complex cases in U.S. history.

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