Energy Equity addresses the electric and gas services upon which homes and businesses depend, seeking to ensure that low-income ratepayers are protected and that race, language or income are never barriers to these essential services.
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By Samuel S. Kang On Monday, the California Public Utilities Commission will consider whether to accept a deal the commission’s staff negotiated with Pacific Gas and Electric over the utility giant’s failure to maintain and provide adequate pipeline safety records.… Continue reading
Solar Industry By Noemi Gallardo More than ever before, states need to step up in the fight to save our planet. California is leading the charge to fill this void, but we can – and should – do more. Thankfully, Californians… Continue reading
CalMatters By Carmelita Miller and Matthew Tisdale California has passed dozens of laws designed to create a 21st Century clean energy economy, earning a reputation as a global climate leader in the process. But this work does not end with… Continue reading
The Bakersfield Californian The California Public Utilities Commission is poised to approve a rate proposal from Pacific Gas and Electric that would jack up rates for moderate energy users and the Central Valley’s poorest and most vulnerable in order to… Continue reading
The Huffington Post By Orson Aguilar This evening, President Obama will give his final State of the Union address. These addresses often have an optimistic spin, and particularly so as a president nears the end of his term and seeks… Continue reading