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WILL CALIFORNIA’S EV INVESTMENTS END UP BURNING RATEPAYERS?

The San Diego Union-Tribune June 19, 2018 by Rob Nikolewski   According to one Stanford researcher, the state’s push toward electric vehicles is admirable, but questions remain for utility customers. (TNS) — As the director of the Climate and Energy Policy...

SDG&E WILL FIND IT HARD TO PUT THE BRAKES ON GAS

Voice of San Diego May 15, 2018 By: Ry Rivard San Diego politicians want to switch to renewable energy within the next 20 years. The power company has offered to help, but it’s already locked into long-term contracts to buy gas well into the future, and is about to...

CALIFORNIA’S BIG ENERGY UTILITIES FACE LOCAL REBELLION

KQED May 3, 2018 By: Amel Ahmed Disruption in the electricity market is afoot as more California neighborhoods move away from big companies to locally owned power providers. This model, known as Community Choice Aggregation, appeals to customers interested in cleaner,...

CPUC judge rejects SDG&E pipeline project between Rainbow and Miramar

San Diego Union Tribune May 2, 2018 By: Rob Nikolewski A California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) administrative law judge on Wednesday called on the five members of the commission to reject a proposal by San Diego Gas & Electric to build a 47-mile natural...

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