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Commission Debates Who Should Pay for Pipeline Upgrades

TURN demanding shareholder accountability for PG&E’s mistakes SAN FRANCISCO—Assemblyman Jerry Hill and consumer advocates spoke out against a proposed PG&E plan Monday that they say would dump much of the

New Fees for Removal of Smart Meters Targeted

PG&E’s Smart Meter Opt Out is way too pricey. A newly-approved state policy allows PG&E customers to refuse installation of Smart Meters, suspected of being a health hazard, on their

Renewable Energy Costs Are Starting to Come Down

The real promise of renewable energy: clean, green AND affordable The price of renewable power contracts signed by California utilities more than doubled from 2003 through 2011 but has now

PUC, PG&E Revive $3 Million Records Settlement

Bad record keeping is just the tip of the iceberg State regulators and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. have revived a $3 million settlement over the utility’s failure to produce