San Francisco considering municipal utility as PG&E prepares bankruptcy filing

Utility Dive: The SFPUC's quick municipalization statement on Monday suggests one potential avenue to restructure PG&E, which could face up to $30 billion in liabilities associated with its role in igniting multiple deadly wildfires over the past two years.

San Francisco already has its Community Choice Aggregation program, which purchases clean energy from the open market but still relies on power lines owned by PG&E.

Read article