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Mayor London Breed Reassures San Franciscans in Wake of PG&E Bankruptcy Announcement
January 14, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Monday, January 14, 2019

Contact: Mayor’s Office of Communications, 415-554-6131

                                                                       

                                                           

*** STATEMENT ***

MAYOR LONDON BREED ON THE ANNOUNCED BANKRUPTCY OF PG&E

                                                           

I want to assure San Francisco residents that PG&E’s bankruptcy declaration will not impact their power service. People will still have complete access to power in their homes, their businesses, and throughout our City. San Francisco’s public power program CleanPowerSF will continue to operate, and San Francisco will continue to invest in our ability to deliver clean power for our residents. I have directed the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to study any near and long-term impacts this bankruptcy will have on our city and to identify any and all options we have to ensure that everyone in San Francisco has access to clean, safe, and reliable power.

 

 

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Related News

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/pg-e-to-declare-bankruptcy-wildfire/

https://www.kdrv.com/content/news/PGE-Declares-Bankruptcy-And-CEO-Resigns-504319751.html

https://www.actionnewsnow.com/content/news/Latest-on-Possibility-of-PGE-Bankruptcy-504300171.html

https://www.barrons.com/articles/pg-e-stock--plunging-bankruptcy-talk-51546983198


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