The Neighbor-to-Neighbor Fund provides for a one-time assistance of up to $200 on a customer’s winter bill.
The one-time bill-payment assistance is available to eligible customers on a first-come, first-served
Investor-owned utilities’ smart grid deployment proposals for California need to reflect potential costs and benefits to ratepayers, two consumer advocacy groups told the state’s Public Utilities Commission Thursday.
TURN says CPUC should not rubber stamp PG&E’s pie-in-the-sky solar project while turning a blind eye to safety violations.
Consumer groups have long complained the regulators who oversee California’s power