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Today marks the end of Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s second bankruptcy in two decades. After 16 months of legal wrangling…
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Don’t Get Gassed: TURN is not convinced that gas deregulation can save customers money.
Dear Consumer Advisor,
I’ve received a couple of calls from gas companies claiming they can provide
What happened to the 29,800 Contra Costa families who were permanently shut off by PG&E?
Read TURN’s report on energy insecurity and homelessness and recommendations for justice-driven policies that keep
Electric companies are allowed to shut off power throughout their territories when the weather causes high risk of fires sparked by their equipment. During a planned power shut off, landline