Investor-owned utilities’ smart grid deployment proposals for California need to reflect potential costs and benefits to ratepayers, two consumer advocacy groups told the state’s Public Utilities Commission Thursday.
Customers are tightening their belts, Edison should do the same
To Southern California Edison, the $3.2 billion in rate hikes it wants on homes and businesses are vital to ensuring much-needed improvements
TURN welcomes new CPUC Commissioner’s new perspective
SAN FRANCISCO—Catherine Sandoval has upended AT&T’s hopes of smooth sailing in California over its bid for T-Mobile.
Sandoval, a former official with the
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
Newly released documents show that PG&E employees, not outside contractors, installed the compromised pipeline as part of a construction job 55 years ago.
Answering a central question surrounding the San