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Edison’s Revolt Carries the Day

Energy efficiency slush fund voted down. On a day when Republican Sen. Sam Blakeslee complained about “a long string of union giveaways” in the California Legislature, it was refreshing to

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

Green Energy Firm Finds Gold In The Halls Of Power

TURN and California Senator Christine Kehoe question how and why the CPUC runs the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) to benefit one company—Bloom Energy. California consumers have contributed $210 million dollars

CPUC Could Get Pro-Consumer Majority

The CPUC has been overly friendly to the state’s three big electric utilities in recent years, Gov. Jerry Brown could have a big impact on business and residential energy bills

No Change, No Hope at CPUC

Schwarzenegger reappoints reckless deregulators Rachelle Chong and Michael Peevey to the Public Utilities Commission. For Immediate Release: December 1st, 2008 For Immediate Release From TURN, The Utility Reform Network Contact:

Letter From Our ED—June 2007

With millions of utility consumers and perhaps a dozen major investor-owned utilities in California, it should not be difficult to find CPUC Commissioners with expertise in consumer issues who do

California’s Privileged Utilities Commission

Commissioner Chong had a year-long track record when her confirmation hearing was held, and it was a disastrous record from TURN’s perspective. For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform Network