Lawyers in PG&E’s bankruptcy case argued Tuesday about whether the court should approve a letter to more than 70,000 fire victims informing them of potential flaws in a $13.5 billion settlement.
The $13.5 billion settlement that PG&E struck with wildfire victims may be in trouble, threatening one of the main components of the utility’s plan to exit bankruptcy by the end of June. | California National Guard
Former ERCOT staffer Carrie Bivens will soon begin her new role as director of the grid operator’s Independent Market Monitor. | ERCOT
NextEra Energy is toying with the idea of acquiring Kansas City utility Evergy, according to a recent report. | © RTO Insider