Appeals Court Will Again Decide Fate of Oakley Plant

TURN appeal of unneeded power plant moving forward. The future of a planned 586-megawatt natural-gas-fired power plant by this city’s waterfront remains uncertain. The First District Court of Appeal last

Who Should Pay For San Onofre?

Why are customers still paying for San Onofre? The California Public Utilities Commission is holding two public hearings Tuesday to help decide who will bear the costs of the defunct

Your Right To Dry

Is Your HOA standing in the way of solar savings? Saving energy is good for the pocketbook and the planet. Yet a simple energy-saving device that costs only a few

Opting Out of Smart Meters

The good news is that you can now opt out of smart meters. The bad news is that it will cost you. The interim customer opt-out changes approved by the

TURN Files Objections to AT&T Takeover of T-Mobile

California Public Utilities Commission set to vote on investigating AT&T deal with T-Mobile. With a majority of its members now appointees of Gov. Jerry Brown, the California Public Utilities Commission