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Another consumer group that negotiated the $4.7 billion settlement of San Onofre shutdown costs backed away from the agreement Monday,…

  The creation of locally owned and operated power agencies such as Sonoma Clean Power has opened opportunities for consumers…

  Consumers challenging pact over costs of shutting down San Onofre reactors The CEO of Edison International on Thursday for…

Monday, July 13, 2015 | Sacramento, LISTEN HERE The California Public Utilities Commission would be overhauledunder a bill now in the state…

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Most residential customers in California will see their electricity bills increase under a new rate structure…

Regulators overhauled the state’s system for pricing electricity for millions of Californians on Friday in a move that they said…

By Rebecca Bowe and Lisa Pickoff-White, KQED News – June 19, 2015In the years since the September 2010 natural gas…

  by Don Bauder -- On June 1, Jeff Martin, chief executive officer of San Diego Gas & Electric, wrote…

    By Sammy Roth, May 20, 2015 How much you pay for electricity could soon depend on when you…

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