PG&E Profits Going Up In Smoke

Bailout or bankruptcy: For Pacific Gas & Electric Company, one of the nation’s largest investor-owned public utilities, that’s a question that may soon have to be answered. As investigators continue

CPUC Approves $98M PG&E Ex Parte Settlement

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) will pay $98 million in penalties for past improper communications with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), but the years-old proceeding related to the controversy

PUC Reforms Approved in Wake of San Bruno Blast

SAN BRUNO — Newly approved legislation could go a long way toward reforming the state Public Utilities Commission, which tumbled into disgrace for lax oversight of PG&E that contributed to