More confusion at the CPUC
The California Public Utilities Commissionhas returned $375,000 that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. paid as a natural-gas safety penalty, after regulators realized that accepting the
Do you trust AT&T to protect your privacy?
Amid growing concern about the hot-button issue of cellphone privacy, state regulators are considering whether California needs stronger protections.
At issue before
Consumers complain to CPUC: AT&T’s rate are unreasonable!
When California’s telephone market was deregulated in 2006, consumers were told that increased competition would improve service and reduce prices.
TURN appeal of unneeded power plant moving forward.
The future of a planned 586-megawatt natural-gas-fired power plant by this city’s waterfront remains uncertain.
The First District Court of Appeal last
PG&E Sucked Up $4.6 Billion in Profits While Neglecting Basic Safety Practices, Killing Customers and Destroying Our Communities. And Now It Wants More.
Demand safe, affordable reliable electricity- at reasonable