As if PG&E’s Known Unknowns aren’t bad enough



” … San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Bruce Gibson and former state Sen. Sam Blakeslee said the utility consistently evaluates seismic data it has collected around the plant in a way that reinforces its claim that the plant is safe despite considerable uncertainty in the data.

“Every time PG&E identifies a threat, they sharpen their pencils and determine that the plant can withstand that threat,” said Gibson, who sits on the independent panel of scientists appointed by the state to evaluate PG&E’s seismic studies.

“We will not come out and say the plant is unsafe, but we will continue to raise concerns about the uncertainty, and there are some serious outstanding concerns,” he added. …”


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