PG&E Bankruptcy: How We Got HerePG&E Bankruptcy: How We Got Here

KQED has been providing comprehensive coverage of the massive utility's ongoing woes, from fallout after the fatal San Bruno gas pipeline explosion of 2010 to the Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in modern California history.

Pacific Gas and Electric filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2019, the company's second bankruptcy.

An aerial view of the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant.

Feds Refuse PG&E Request to Speed Up Diablo Canyon Relicensing

A big fallen tree lays by the side of the road having fallen just next to a parked car.

Tales From the Dark: Why My Power Is Still Out 10 Days After a Storm — and Counting

a firefighter in a forest fire

PG&E Says It's Under Investigation for Starting Mosquito Fire in Sierra Nevada

A bright white starburst of sun shines in a pale blue sky through dozens of electricity lines. Electrical towers line the bare ground. A man, backlit by the sun and appearing as a silhouette, walks in front of the towers, toward the right of the image.

Grid Operators Again Call for Energy Conservation to Avoid Rolling Blackouts

The rounded towers of a nuclear power plant sit at the edge of the Pacific Ocean in the center right of the image. Multiple buildings border the plant and sit to the left of the towers. In the foreground are rolling brown hills with scrub brush and dry grasses, with curving roads along them, and electricity towers perched in various locations. In the center of the image are two turquoise pools. The ocean in the top of the image is steel blue.

Decision on Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant Could Be Postponed

An aerial view of the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant.

Amid Grid and Climate Challenges, Newsom Moves to Keep Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant Open

A PG&E utility truck passes by a house in smoke-filled air. A banner on the house says: 'God bless our troops and firefighters.'

PG&E Reaches $55 Million Deal to Avoid Criminal Charges in Counties Ravaged by Recent Wildfires

PG&E Agrees to Pay $55 Million to Settle Criminal Cases Related to Kincade, Dixie Fires

Cartoon: an angry man holding a PG&E bill with fees like, "wildfire liability fee and town-burning fee" yells, "these solar incentives are killing me!" The caption reads, "what no one said, ever (except PG&E)"

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