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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Five years after a deadly natural-gas explosion in suburban San Francisco, California’s oversight of utilities’ gas…

  SAN FRANCISCO -- State regulators slapped PG&E with a record-setting $1.6 billion penalty Thursday for causing the fatal gas-pipeline…

  The California Public Utilities Commission voted today to fine Pacific, Gas & Electric Co. $1.6 billion in penalties for…

  SAN BRUNO >> PG&E reported Wednesday that its top executives, including the chief executive officer, all received pay raises…

  March 31, 2015 - by Robert W. Welkos - Boosting broadband Internet connection speeds to 25 megabits per second has…

  By MARC LIFSHER Michael Peevey pushed a deal that forced SDG&E to buy 'costly and unneeded' power, Calif. lawmakers…

  Consumer protection groups are warning that Southern California utility customers could end up footing the bill for pipeline upgrades…

    As AT&T and Verizon prepare to file lawsuits challenging regulation of the Internet as a public utility, here…

A Pacific Gas and Electric Co. executive exploited former state Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey’s intense interest in a…

  CROWS LANDING Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León proposed legislation last week to increase the amount of electricity…
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