Are power outages the new normal? A chat about PG&E, California fires and the future of electricity

CalMatters’ economy reporter Judy Lin, environment reporter Julie Cart and senior editor Dan Morain discuss the PG&E power outage and what it means for the future of fires, utilities and politics in the state of California.

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PULGA, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 12: Fire burns around PG&E transmission towers, Monday, November 12, 2018, east of Pulga,Calif. The first report of the deadly Camp Fire was made near here. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

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