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Save the nukes?

In some ways, the nuclear rally looked like what you might expect. A man in a polar bear costume waved a hand-painted sign. Local politicians…

Why clean energy advocates are divided over California’s plan to slash solar incentives

California could soon end the perks it has been giving to residents with rooftop solar on their homes, even as it pledges to move entirely…

PG&E has been blamed for the Dixie Fire. Now what’s in store for the company?

Cal Fire confirmed this week what many in California already suspected: The Dixie Fire was caused by PG&E, when a tree fell onto…

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Tell The CPUC We Need Solar Equity Now

Rooftop solar is less expensive than ever to purchase and install, but solar subsidies continue to rise. Unless the CPUC modernizes this outdated program, utility bills will skyrocket for non-solar

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Beware of Phone Scammers

  by TURN Managing Attorney Christine Mailloux   I was working in my office and I received a call on my Spectrum cable VoIP landline phone line, that I primarily

Keep the Lights ON!  Request to Fu...

TURN, The Redwood Community Action Agency, ACCES, Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, The Central Valley Urban Institute and CARA tell the Governor Utility Debt Relief is urgently needed.    

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