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How much could PG&E’s rates rise? What you need to know

Pacific Gas and Electric’s customers were warned about the cost of massive wildfires that it may have sparked. Even before California…

PG&E CEO asks lawmakers to approve $20 billion debt plan

PG&E Corp. CEO Bill Johnson personally urged state lawmakers Wednesday to let the company take on billions of dollars in new debt…

Big Telecom tries another deregulation scam in Sacramento

They’re at it again.  After losing in their attempt to torpedo net neutrality protections in California, Assembly members are…

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Higher Rates Won’t Stop Wildfires- Demand Accountability

CAN HIGHER ELECTRIC BILLS STOP WILDFIRES? PG&E “pumped out $4.5 billion in profits and let the tree budget wither,” says the judge overseeing PG&E’s probation for San Bruno-related crimes. Now,

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What Are Smart Meters Telling Law E...

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

TOP 5 REASONS TO OPPOSE T MOBILE ME...

We Don’t Need Bigger Phone Companies, We Need Better Ones!   Tell the CPUC to say NO to T Mobile’s Merger With Sprint 1. NO TANGIBLE BENEFITS TO CUSTOMERS No guarantees

PLANNING FOR PLANNED OUTAGES

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

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