How will PG&E address latest accusation of vegetation and asset management deficiencies? Days after regulators express concern over the utility's wildfire safety measures, thousands of Californians were without power. Utility officials implemented safety-related shutoffs to prevent equipment from sparking wildfires amid strong Santa Ana winds. Facing extreme weather and constant criticism, how will the investor-owned utility survive?
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