Appeals Court Will Again Decide Fate of Oakley Plant

TURN appeal of unneeded power plant moving forward. The future of a planned 586-megawatt natural-gas-fired power plant by this city’s waterfront remains uncertain. The First District Court of Appeal last

Legislature Must Rein In CPUC President

What’s under President Peevey’s tree? TURN today urged the Legislature to rein in CPUC President Michael Peevey, whose latest pet project will cost ratepayers $150 million. President Peevey has spearheaded
Bob Finkelstein

Bob Finkelstein

Bob Finkelstein has been with TURN since 1992. Serving for many years as the group’s chief advocate on electric issues, he has helped save California consumers hundreds of millions of

CPUC Under Fire for Oakley Approval

Appeal Accuses Commission of Pandering to PG&E For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform Network Consumer advocates filed a rare court appeal of a California Public Utilities Commission decision late

Trashed Meters = Profits for PG&E

PG&E’s smart meters just keep getting worse and worse for its customers. For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform Network Not only will PG&E rates be higher for years to

Mark W. Toney, Ph.D., Named TURN Executive Director

The Utility Reform Network (TURN) announces the appointment of nationally recognized consumer rights advocate Mark W. Toney, Ph.D., as Executive Director, effective January 1, 2008. For Immediate Release From The