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PG&E Outside Inspectors Find Tree Hazards That Were Overlooked

PG&E Corp.’s court-appointed compliance monitor concluded the utility isn’t trimming trees that pose wildfire threats in high-risk areas of California and didn’t train its contractors properly. The monitor, Mark Filip, on Wednesday wrote to U.S. District Judge William Alsup, saying …

PG&E’s Power Suppliers Lose Contract Fight in Bankruptcy Court

The power generators that supply bankrupt utility giant PG&E Corp. were dealt a major blow as a judge ruled that federal regulators can’t keep their supply contracts from getting killed. Power giants including NextEra Energy Inc. and Exelon Corp. had …

Missouri Utility Fire Releases Carbon Monoxide

Three employees of a Springfield power plant have been released from the hospital after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning during a fire at the plant. Fire officials say the blaze in coal bunkers at the John Twitty Energy Center on Monday …