Calif. Regulator Says PG&E Faked Records For Years

Law360 (December 17, 2018, 9:42 PM EST) -- The California Public Utilities Commission on Friday said Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for years faked gas records and committed safety violations after a deadly 2010 gas explosion and fire, adding that it is starting a new investigation into the Golden State's biggest utility.

The CPUC said that its safety and enforcement division has issued a report outlining alleged safety violations from 2012 to 2017, following the 2010 San Bruno gas line explosion that killed eight people, injured 58 and burned down nearly 40 houses. The regulator hit PG&E with a record $1.4 billion fine for safety violations over the San...

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