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SDG&E customers get a slight break

San Diego Gas & Electric residential customers are paying slightly less for natural gas than they were at this time last year. The commodity cost for natural gas dropped to

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

Utilities seek electric rate increases

Lower usage customers may see higher bills this summer Southern California Edison customers in the Coachella Valley and across Southern California could see a major increase on their bills in

What About The Principle Of Cost Responsibility?

Southern California Edison Outlines Values For San Onofre Nuclear Plant’s Decommissioning The majority owner of San Onofre nuclear power plant wants input from environmentalists and anti-nuclear representatives as it prepares

Commission returns PG&E fine amid San Bruno concerns

More confusion at the CPUC The California Public Utilities Commissionhas returned $375,000 that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. paid as a natural-gas safety penalty, after regulators realized that accepting the