Two competing California Public Utilities Commission proposals would require utilities, community energy and other provider investments in a combined 11,500 megawatts to come online between 2023 and 2026 to ensure a solid and far less polluting grid. About one tenth would come from fossil-fueled power.
State utility regulators allow Pacific Gas & Electric to fold $447 millioninto rates to recoup part of its wildfire tab. Whether these incurred costs linked to different accounts are reasonable will be determined later.
Also this week, a majority of the California Public Utilities Commission refuses to […]
Southern California Edison agreed to a nearly $2 billion settlement to cover all claims by insurance companies for payouts they made to businesses and homeowners harmed by the utility-sparked 2017 Thomas and Koenigstein fires, and the 2018 Montecito mudslides.
The agreement announced Sept. 23 pays $1.6 billion to insurance […]