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San Bruno Aftermath: PUC Eyes Broad Probe of PG&E

SAN BRUNO — State regulators on Monday took the first steps toward a wide-ranging probe into PG&E’s culture and how the company governs itself, the latest fallout from a fatal
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PUC Gets Public Input on Reform

California utility regulators, coping with repeated scandals over decisions that are costing utility customers billions of dollars, took the unusual step Wednesday of fielding public comments on how to reform

Electricity Rate Hike To Impact Most CA Residents

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Most residential customers in California will see their electricity bills increase under a new rate structure passed Friday by state regulators. The Public Utilities Commission unanimously

E Mails Detail PG&E’s Cozy Relations With Regulators

By Rebecca Bowe and Lisa Pickoff-White, KQED News – June 19, 2015In the years since the September 2010 natural gas pipeline explosion that  killed eight people in San Bruno, the