California utilities in the wake of the PG&E bankruptcy
The PG&E bankruptcy has significant credit ramifications for an array of utilities, power projects and cities in California. 
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  • SECTOR COMMENT
    31 Oct 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    PG&E agreed this week to provide one-time credits to about 729,000 electric customer accounts that were affected by a preemptive power shutoff on 9 October. PG&E's decision to provide credits to customer bills could set a precedent that may be used by state regulators to compensate power outage victims in the future.

    SECTOR COMMENT
    28 Oct 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    Major wildfires swept through parts of Northern and Southern California over the weekend, prompting investor-owned utilities to preemptively cut power to some customers under a policy known as public safety power shutoffs As the frequency of public safety power shutoffs increase, economic and social costs of outages will rise.

    SECTOR IN-DEPTH
    06 Aug 2019|Moody's Investors Service
    We answer frequently asked questions from investors about California's new wildfire law and the wildfire risks facing the state's investor-owned utilities.