Marin energy aggregator weighs rate hike

Citing rising energy prices, MCE might raise its rates effective July 1. MCE, the San Rafael-based energy aggregator formerly known as Marin Clean Energy, announced last week that its executive

CPUC votes unanimously to allow PG&E rate hikes

In the California Public Utilities Commission meeting Thursday, the five commissioner’s voted unanimously to allow PG&E to add more than a third of a billion dollars to customers’ bills. The

Is PG&E sexist or just out of touch?

Pacific Gas & Electric, California’s largest investor-owned utility, has done itself no favors in the hiring of its new chief executive, CEO Bill Johnson. Oh, Johnson seems capable enough. He

This Is Why California Will Keep Burning

California has always burned, but it hasn’t always burned like this. In 2017, the state saw its largest wildfire ever. Then in 2018, it happened again. Tens of thousands of