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PUC’s Peevey Pushed SDG&E Energy Deal

  By MARC LIFSHER Michael Peevey pushed a deal that forced SDG&E to buy ‘costly and unneeded’ power, Calif. lawmakers are toldThe then-president of the Public Utilities Commission strong-armed a

Help Us Stop Punishment Pricing!

During the summer months, it can be hard to beat the sweltering California heat.  A new CPUC proposal would make it even harder — by charging customers a premium during

Could CA’s climate credit bypass poor?

Everyone should share in the benefits of green energy California’s new climate credit would be counted against subsidies for many poor households in Southern California under proposals by San Diego

AARP and TURN Unite to Fight PG&E

AARP members stand up to PG&E at public hearings PG&E’s charitable giving is legendary, but it comes with a price tag. That price tag was apparent at recent public hearings

Fair prices for rooftop solar!

Net Metering: A Net Positive There’s been a lot of talk lately about net metering. What’s so special about net metering, and why all the fuss? Net metering is a

Energy Efficiency YES, Dirty Power Plants NO!

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: CPUC Plans for New Power Plants in San Diego The California Public Utilities Commission authorized nearly 350 Megawatts of new and upgraded power plants