Energy companies active in California have donated $375,000 to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger?s California Recovery Team. A new analysis of the team?s campaign finance filings shows that some energy companies had their checks refunded, while others donated more than previously reported. PG&E was the biggest donor, giving $200,000. Others were ChevronTexaco, with $100,000, and Edison International, with $50,000. Last week, <i>Circuit<\/i> reported that Calpine, New West Petroleum, and Sempra had donated to the organization. Further analysis showed that while these companies wrote the checks, they all had their donations refunded. Governor Schwarzenegger?s office referred inquiries about the donations to public relations consultant Marty Wilson, who failed to respond to requests for an explanation of why the companies? donations were returned. The governor?s California Recovery Team has raised more than $9 million this year from 425 donors to help pay for its work reorganizing California government. The effort could affect energy regulation, possibly combining functions of the California Energy Commission, the California Public Utilities Commission, and several smaller regulatory boards.