Frontier Communications has agreed to expand its fiber-to-the-premises network and improve its poor service quality as part of a bankruptcy settlement in California. Frontier committed to deploy fiber to 350,000
A labor union and consumer advocacy group have raised concerns about Frontier Communications‘ proposed “virtual separation” plan that could split the company between areas.
The Communications Workers of America
July 10, 2018, San Francisco--TURN today said it would support AB 1054 because the bill goes further than any previous proposals in protecting customers and victims while holding investors accountable.
Wednesday, Feb. 6, San Francisco--TURN today formally requested that PG&E’s bankruptcy judge appoint an official committee of ratepayers so that the critical interests of 16,100,000 captive PG&E customers are represented.
California regulators are considering whether Pacific Gas and Electric Co. should shake up its leadership, split its core operations into separate companies or be transformed into a publicly-owned utility.
Raising Rates for Essential Needs During COVID is Wrong
With lower-income Californians bearing the brunt of the pandemic economically, utilities are still rapidly raising rates for essential heat and light despite the COVID crisis. Constantly raising rates is wrong.