CA Regulators Reopen San Onofre Settlement

CA regulators reopen San Onofre settlement on Monday, saying they will re-examine the settlement that pushed the some $3.3 billion in costs for closing the San Onofre power plant onto

State to reopen $4.7 billion San Onofre deal

Deal left ratepayers to pay most of cost for premature shutdown of failed nuclear power plant State utility regulators on Monday reopened the agreement they approved in 2014 that assigned

Legislation Would Reform Agency Rocked by Scandal

State Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) spoke recently at a Covered California press conference in San Francisco. He’s sponsoring a new bill to reform and restructure the troubled California Public

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

Change At The CPUC Should Start At The Top

Advocates call for new CPUC president after latest fiasco There were rising concerns Thursday that ongoing internal disputes at the California Public Utilities Commission could end up costing San Bruno

Activists Make Progress on Affordable Phone Service

CPUC Expands, Protects Phone Services for Low-Income Californians After hearing from low-income tenants and their advocates, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has unanimously voted to maintain and expand basic

PG&E Refuses To Give Up On Unneeded Power Plant

State utilities commission gives OK to Oakley power plant The state’s Public Utilities Commission approved Pacific Gas & Electric’s resubmitted application for a natural gas-fired power plant project in East