California regulators have turned down a $654 million proposal to build 25,100 electric-vehicle charging stations in Pacific Gas & Electric territory, citing the need to hold several hearings before approving
Wed., Aug. 26, San Francisco–TURN today said that a proposed investigation into the culture of PG&E by the California Public Utilities Commission could result in increased safety and accountability, but
Southern California Edison Outlines Values For San Onofre Nuclear Plant’s Decommissioning
The majority owner of San Onofre nuclear power plant wants input from environmentalists and anti-nuclear representatives as it prepares
More confusion at the CPUC
The California Public Utilities Commissionhas returned $375,000 that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. paid as a natural-gas safety penalty, after regulators realized that accepting the
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.