@nytimes
The New York Times
6 days ago
California’s largest electricity provider, Pacific Gas & Electric, announced that it planned to put 10,000 miles of its power lines underground after the utility’s equipment was blamed for a series of wildfires.
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@LynnJBroderick
Lynn Broderick
6 days ago
@nytimes That’s great news!
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@williamelsman
William Elsman
6 days ago
@nytimes Long past time.
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@DivenWilliam
Wilhelm van Tulip 🌷
6 days ago
@nytimes Never understood why that wasn’t a thing here in the US anyway
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@StevenK47152107
Steven Keith
6 days ago
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@RealChrisSiegel
Chris Siegel
6 days ago
@nytimes Wish they would do the same in the NE For winter storms too. Long overdue.
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@webbshelly65
Shelly
6 days ago
@nytimes Yes I saw that leaning?
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@BobfromCT
ben_marko
6 days ago
@nytimes I'm still getting a generator.
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@notsolittleold1
notsolittleoldlady🌲🌝💐🤍🎵
6 days ago
@nytimes That’s an upgrade long overdue.
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@SkyBird03914123
❤︎ 𝑆𝑘𝑦𝐵𝑖𝑟𝑑 ❤︎
6 days ago
@nytimes Under? Wasn’t PG&E responsible for a bunch of homes blowing up in the bay area San Bruno comes to mind but I could be wrong. Because of your powerlines under the ground and whatever it was. You guys ever learn?
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