This testimony addresses the following three topics: (1) shortcomings and limitations of PG&E’s quantitative risk models and the importance of calculating risk reduction to the optimization of risk mitigations; (2)
TURN testimony in response to PG&E’s electric vehicle charging application outlining its primary objectives to: 1) quickly collect sufficient data such that ratepayer and market risk can be mitigated in
Over the past ten years, California homeowners and commercial property owners have installed more rooftop solar than any other state, with about 3,000 MW of solar photovoltaic interconnected to the
TURN’s Opening Brief for an early phase of the residential rate reform proceeding. TURN provides multiple recommendations for rate reform and demonstrates its concern that the utility rate reform proposals
This brief presents some technical history concerning utility natural gas procurement. TURN supports appropriate regulation, and TURN opposes having utility customers subsidize reliability for non-utility customers served by competitive providers.