An NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit analysis of newly obtained inspection records reveals that eight towers on the aging PG&E transmission…
While California prides itself on its array of clean energy programs, large portions of the Golden State have been set ablaze and more…
When Ted Atz, a 75-year-old retiree in Marin County, learned that his power would go out during the Kincade fire, he texted his loved…
We know that thousands of customers were impacted by the shutoffs and instead of feeling safe, many customers were left fearing for their safety, unprepared and angry.
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Your Right to Privacy
Consumers should have control of their own energy usage data and information. Right now, electric utilities can track your electricity usage every 15 minutes using Smart
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1. NO TANGIBLE BENEFITS TO CUSTOMERS No guarantees
Electric companies are allowed to shut off power throughout their territories when the weather causes high risk of fires sparked by their equipment. During a planned power shut off, landline