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Could CA’s climate credit bypass poor?

Everyone should share in the benefits of green energy California’s new climate credit would be counted against subsidies for many poor households in Southern California under proposals by San Diego

Utilities seek electric rate increases

Lower usage customers may see higher bills this summer Southern California Edison customers in the Coachella Valley and across Southern California could see a major increase on their bills in

Public sounds off on San Onofre shutdown costs

Customers Deserve Refunds for San Onofre Boondoogle Southern California Edison fired another salvo at its former contractor, demanding that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries pay it $140 million for the cost of

The Poverty of Time–Based Pricing

When it is this sizzling hot, air conditioning is not a luxury, it is a necessity. As I’m writing this, much of Central California is baking in a severe heat

Our Allies Propel Us to Success

Our allies and supporters propel us to success! It’s hard to believe this year will be my sixth at TURN! I’m gratified by all we’ve been able to accomplish together

Lower Gas Price Scams?

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