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Showdown at the Public Utilities Commission

Monday’s release of emails by PG&E that further illustrated it’s all too cozy relationship with the California Public Utilities Commission simply adds more impetus to the calls for a complete

LEGAL PROBE BEGINS IN PG&E-CPUC EMAIL EXCHANGES

PG&E tried to defend itself Tuesday before an administrative law judge looking into its dealings with state regulators. Critics are calling for sweeping changes. “PG&E offers no excuses for what happened

Rates Rewarding Energy Hogs?

PALMDALE – Antelope Valley residents testified Thursday at two California Public Utilities Commission hearings that they don’t want to pay more for electricity, with most saying that a proposed rate