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4 Jan 2019

With the New Year comes the sad news of the death of Federal Energy Regulatory Commissioner, and former chair, Kevin McIntyre.

The exit fee slapped on former PG&E customers is estimated to add $100 million. But, the exact tab for community choice customers should be known at the end of next week.

CA’s Attorney General submits a neutral analysis of the legal elements necessary to charge PG&E with manslaughter, murder or lesser charges for the Butte Fire.

The gas utility for the Los Angeles region and surrounding areas call on customers to conserve natural gas as a cold weather snap occurs.

A California Public Utilities Commission proposal would give resource adequacy procurement authority only to investor-owned utilities. Our guest editorial argues it’s bad policy, fighting the inevitable.

The CPUC finds PG&E falsified gas line markings and records.

In spite of the commission report, PG&E seeks a $2 billion increase in its three-year rate case.

Sempra Energy reaps $1.6 billion from Con Edison for the sale of its solar and battery storage assets.

Zero-emissions bus purchases by California’s 200 public transit agencies are expected to rapidly accelerate.

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