What California utility's challenges mean for U.S. energy grid
The safety and security of the U.S.'s energy grid have been front and center recently, as power stations have become targets of sabotage, leaving customers without power — and utilities face other challenges as well.
Katherine Blunt covers renewable energy and utilities for the Wall Street Journal. Her book is called "California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas & Electric — and What it Means for America’s Power Grid."
It starts with a major wildfire in California that was started by some faulty equipment owned by PG&E. The Show spoke with Blunt.