How the San Bruno trial could help PG&E

No company wants to stand trial for alleged misdeeds. No company’s investors want that, either. But in PG&E’s case, the criminal trial that opened last week in San Francisco could

TURN Tells PG&E to Face the Music

PG&E still hasn’t gotten the message that safety must be put first For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform Network Three years after its pipeline exploded in San Bruno PG&E

TURN Urges $1.7B in Penalties For PG&E

The Utility Reform Network (TURN) is demanding that the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) hold P&GE accountable for the San Bruno explosion by requiring it to pay $1 billion to

TURN Wants PG&E to Pay for Its own Mistakes

Watchdog appeals PUC decision to raise PG&E natural gas rates A consumer watchdog group filed an appeal Monday that seeks to reverse a state commission’s decision in December that will