PG&E Could Profit From San Bruno Blast

Consumer advocated call for new leadership at CPUC. For Immediate Release from TURN, The Utility Reform Network Friday, September 9, 2011, San Francisco—TURN said today that the California Public Utilities

Feds Blast PG&E and Utilities Commission

CPUC and PG&E faulted for failures leading up to San Bruno explosion Why it took two deadly gas pipeline explosions for Pacific, Gas and Electric and the California Public Utilities

PG&E Should Put Profits into Pipeline Safety

PG&E’s $2.2 billion pipeline plan triggers outrage PG&E on Friday unveiled an extensive pipeline modernization plan that would cost $2.2 billion over the next four years—an effort to prevent another

Who Should Pay For PG&E To Play Catch-Up?

PG&E upgrades to increase rates PG&E Corp. said customers will pay $768.7 million to upgrade the company’s natural gas pipeline network in wake of the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion

PG&E Should Pay For Gas Safety

PG&E Profits Should Go To Gas Safety For Immediate Release from TURN, The Utility Reform Network Contact: Mindy Spatt, TURN, 415.929.8876, ext. 306 Friday, August 19, 2011, San Francisco—TURN today