The controversial Redondo Beach natural gas-fired power plant that has been slated for closure two times because it pulls in ocean water then discharges hot water back into the sea will likely get yet another lease on life. Next month state water regulators are expected to approve keeping three of its generators with 834 […]
San Diego Gas & Electric has agreed to return nearly $52 million in ratepayer funds that were supposed to pay for the distribution of energy efficient light bulbs for customers in remote areas but instead were dumped, missing, or not stocked at small stores. The utility also agreed to pay a $5.5 million fine […]
Browning, with microphone, and former San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom.
Adam Browning, executive director of Vote Solar for the last 15 years, is leaving his post at the end of this month. When he began working on rooftop solar at the turn of this century, it was the only solar game in town. […]
The Utility Reform Network is legally challenging regulators’ approval of Pacific Gas & Electric’s plan to issue $7.5 billion in ratepayer-backed bonds, plus $4 billion in interest and charges over 30 years, intended to cover part of the utility’s wildfire liability.
The California Public Utilities Commission has put “captive ratepayers at risk of paying for […]