Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s bankruptcy has already led to a number of questions, not only about the future of renewable energy contracts that it holds but also its own future and the future of utilities in general.
After PG&E declared bankruptcy in January, the future of large-scale projects contracted with the California utility company, including the 500 MW Topaz Solar Farm in San Luis Obispo County, remains unclear.
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