SF City Attorney Challenge To PG&E's Bankruptcy Plan Questions New SurchargeSan Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced Friday his office has filed a legal protest against PG&E, accusing the utility of using a new ratepayer charge to raise $7.5 million in bankruptcy-related costs.
PG&E Urged To Refund Ratepayers Following Tax Law OverhaulState regulators are calling on utility companies to pay it forward by passing on their savings from the tax law overhaul to customers, but Pacific Gas and Electric is pushing back.
PG&E Fined $1.05 Million Over Backroom Negotiations; Utility To Appeal DecisionThe decision stems from the disclosure of several private emails earlier this year between a PG&E executive and CPUC officials in a case over utility rates.
Regulators Determining Who Will Pick Up Tab For PG&E Pipeline UpgradesThe California Public Utilities Commission will decide on Thursday if they will adopt a new plan for repairs and upgrades to gas pipeline system. Their final decision will determine how PG&E shareholders and ratepayers will split the costs.
San Francisco Clean Energy Proposal Opposed By MayorThe more than $19 million investment in CleanPower SF would increase energy bills but also assure renewable power for customers.
KCBS In Depth: Gas Pipeline Safety An interview with Mark Toney with TURN on efforts being made by state regulators and utility companies to ensure pipeline safety in California.