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Almost 120,000 Still Without Power One Week After Hurricane Isaias

By Mihir Zaveri and Nate Schweber

For residents of Connecticut and New York who are still without power, frustration with utility companies grew as temperatures rose.

Power Outages From Isaias for 1.6 Million Could Last Several Days

By Mihir Zaveri and Tracey Tully

Officials said the power losses could last several days, as the disaster shaped up to be the worst to hit the region since Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

The Teenage Tinkerer Behind an E-Bike Revolution

By Bradley Berman

Mike Radenbaugh dreamed up Rad Power Bikes over a decade ago in his family’s garage and now sets the pace for affordable battery-propelled bicycles.

Tesla Turns a Profit in a Pandemic-Squeezed Quarter

By Neal E. Boudette, Peter Eavis and Matt Phillips

The result was achieved “despite tremendous difficulties,” said the chief executive, Elon Musk, including a plant shutdown and lower sales.

How PG&E Is Racing to Improve Safety as Fire Season Approaches

By Ivan Penn and Jim Wilson

The utility, which recently emerged from bankruptcy, is upgrading power lines, trimming trees and making other changes to prevent another big fire.

How PG&E Is Racing to Improve Safety as Fire Season Approaches

By Ivan Penn and Jim Wilson

The utility, which recently emerged from bankruptcy, is upgrading power lines, trimming trees and making other changes to prevent another big fire.

Sunrun to Acquire Vivint in Shake-Up of Home Solar Market

By Ivan Penn

Sunrun is acquiring Vivint in an all-stock deal, valued at $3.2 billion, leaving Tesla further behind as a provider of residential solar panels and batteries.

PG&E’s Plan to Resolve Bankruptcy Wins Court Approval

By Ivan Penn and Peter Eavis

A federal judge decided Saturday that the California utility can put itself back together in time to take part in a crucial wildfire liability fund.

PG&E Ordered to Pay $3.5 Million Fine for Causing Deadly Fire

By Ivan Penn

A judge approved an agreement between the California utility and a prosecutor after hearing from survivors whose loved ones were among the 84 people killed in the Camp Fire.

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