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Appeals Court Will Again Decide Fate of Oakley Plant

TURN appeal of unneeded power plant moving forward. The future of a planned 586-megawatt natural-gas-fired power plant by this city’s waterfront remains uncertain. The First District Court of Appeal last

PG&E Refuses To Give Up On Unneeded Power Plant

State utilities commission gives OK to Oakley power plant The state’s Public Utilities Commission approved Pacific Gas & Electric’s resubmitted application for a natural gas-fired power plant project in East

Consumer Group Appeals Oakley Power Plant Approval

The Schwarzenegger CPUC ignored the law in approving PG&E’s unnecessary plant. OAKLEY—A consumer advocate group is asking a California court to overturn regulators’ approval of a planned PG&E power plant

CPUC Under Fire for Oakley Approval

Appeal Accuses Commission of Pandering to PG&E For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform Network Consumer advocates filed a rare court appeal of a California Public Utilities Commission decision late

Bay Area Power Plants Under Review

TURN opposes PG&E’s proposal to build a $1.5 billion generating plant in Oakley, CA. Separate meetings this week will mull the future of two power plants—one that might be built