Bill Chiu

Southern California Edison

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Director of engineering at Southern California Edison.

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As wildfires continue to rage throughout the state, Southern California’s biggest utility company is taking steps to make sure it doesn’t start a future fire.

Utility companies may cut your power to prevent the next wildfire

As wildfires continue to rage throughout the state, Southern California’s biggest utility company is taking steps to make sure it doesn’t start a future fire.

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