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PG&E Determines to Not Proceed With Public Safety Power Shutoff Planned for Portions of Eight Northern California Counties

Business Wire Thursday, 8 November 2018
PG&E Determines to Not Proceed With Public Safety Power Shutoff Planned for Portions of Eight Northern California CountiesSAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has determined that it will not proceed with plans today for a Public Safety Power Shutoff in portions of eight Northern California counties, as weather conditions did not warrant this safety measure. On Tuesday, PG&E began notifying approximately 70,000 customers in portions of Northern California of the potential that the company would turn off power for safety given forecasts of extreme fire danger conditions. PG

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