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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

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

Next steps for San Onofre: REFUNDS!

Ratepayers get the shaft in San Onofre fiasco Nearly $1 billion was charged to ratepayers of Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric Co. over the last year, and the

CPUC President Greenwashes His Own Pet Project

Ratepayer watchdogs slam proposed energy research project A prominent California ratepayer advocacy organization has slammed an agreement between the state’s investor-owned utilities and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to conduct

Your Right To Dry

Is Your HOA standing in the way of solar savings? Saving energy is good for the pocketbook and the planet. Yet a simple energy-saving device that costs only a few

PG&E Solar Rip-Off Defeated By TURN

No customer benefits in PG&E’s self-serving proposal Customers can always trust PG&E to come up with unique, new ways to raise rates, ways that don’t improve either safety or service,