A month-long set of regulatory hearings over San Diego Gas & Electric\u2019s proposed Sunrise Powerlink transmission line were suspended July 18. The utility is supposed to use the hiatus to reconstruct economic models and return to California Public Utilities Commission court July 30. Without the base calculations, no party to the controversial case was willing to let its witnesses be cross examined. Utility Consumers\u2019 Action Network and the utility were publicly at odds over the delay. \u201cSDG&E reported three errors in its economic data,\u201d noted the utility. It added, however, that it basic economic assessment of the 500 kV, $1.3 billion, line remain solid. UCAN maintained there were 10 major errors in the analysis. The consumer group added that the line could, if built, import up to 1,000 MW of out-of-state coal powered electricity.