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  Southern California Gas Co. has acknowledged that errors tied to the rollout of new digital meters installed at Orange…

  SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Tens of thousands of PG&E customershave gotten a reprieve from a looming deadline to…

  Southern California Gas Co. is starting enhanced leak detection and inspections of its troubled Aliso Canyon natural gas storage…

  SAN FRANCISCO -- California utility regulators approved payments for excess rooftop solar generation yesterday but warned that solar customers…

By Rob Nikolewski, San Diego Union-Tribune   It's been 8 1/2 years since deadly wildfires raged through parts of San Diego…

  The deregulation lobby operates on faith — the faith that government regulation is unnecessary because the magic of competition…

After two high-profile rooftop solar regulatory decisions in Hawaii and Nevada, utilities and renewable energy advocates turned their sights on…

Under so-called net metering, customers receive credits on their bills for the unused energy their panels produce. Most states have…

  After the library has closed and most students have gone, Bridgid Skiba lingers, finishing her homework with the wireless…

SAN FRANCISCO >> Gov. Jerry Brown’s sister is a paid board member of the company that owns a natural-gas well…
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