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Summer Tips to Keep Cool For Less

Want to beat the heat without draining your bank account? Follow TURN’s advice to stay comfortable but not pay the price.…

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Stop Your Cell From Tracking You

In an era when cellphones are everywhere, ABC explains how to protect your privacy and stop software from tracking your every move.…

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San Bruno Aftermath: PG&E Customers...

PG&E customers received a pleasant surprise in their June bills. Thanks to a ‘gas credit” applied to their balance, gas bills…

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Shameless and Ill-Timed: Sempra Wants $10 from SoCal Gas and SDG&E Customers

As customers of SoCal Gas struggle with the impacts of the biggest environmental disaster in California’s history at Aliso Canyon, SoCal Gas’ parent company, Sempra, is shamelessly searching for new

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September 22, 2016

SCE wants to spend $2.3 billion to make its grid ready for distributed energy resources

The power of distributed energy resources to transform customers’ lives depends on the readiness of the grid, but making the grid ready will be pricey, according to one utility’s new

Aerial view of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant which sits on the edge of the Pacific Ocean at Avila Beach in San Luis Obispo County, California on March 17, 2011.  Some of America's nuclear power plants loom near big city populations, or perch perilously close to earthquake fault lines. Others have aged past their expiration dates but keep churning anyway. President Barack Obama has demanded that the 104 nuclear reactors at 65 sites get a second look as scientists warn that current regulatory standards don't protect the US public from the kind of atomic fallout facing quake-hit Japan.                   AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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September 19, 2016 Protests filed over the details of proposed Diablo Canyon shutdown

It’s been less than three months since Pacific Gas & Electric, along with an assortment of groups including environmentalists, announced its intention to shut down the last remaining nuclear power

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