Blog & Op-Eds

Indicted PG&E Can Be Held Accoutable

by Mark Toney, Published in San Jose Mercury News July 31– If PG&E put the same level of commitment into public safety as it does into saturating the airwaves, billboards,

Protect Funding for Community Internet

by Ana Montes, TURN Organizing Director — Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) serving low-income communities should be aware that the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is currently considering changes to the California

PG&E Penalties Will Benefit Ratepayers

by  Joseph P. Como and Thomas LongPublished in the San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, February 5, 2014 As ratepayer advocates in the San Bruno investigations at the California Public Utilities Commission,