PG&E has told a regulatory judge that it could save over $500 million in taxes as part of a deal with California state regulators.
The utility was ordered to come up the accounting details regarding the $1.67 billion deal over safety violations associated with two years of deadly wildfires and more than 24 violations.
Critics say that any savings should be returned to ratepayers or wildfire victims.
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The deal still needs to be approved by the state Public Utilities Commission.