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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Contacts: Thalia González Senior Legal Counsel 510-926-4002 / mailto:email@example.com Jesse W. Raskin Legal Counsel 510-898-0506 / mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Public Hearing on Edison ‘s Three Billion Dollar Rate Hike: Company Ignores Ongoing Recession, Californians to Pay More for Basic Services Berkeley ,… Continue reading
Thalia González Senior Legal Counsel 510-926-4002 email@example.com Jesse W. Raskin Legal Counsel 510-898-0506 firstname.lastname@example.org Berkeley , CA – On March 26, 2008, California Public Utilities Commission President Michael R. Peevey issued a landmark decision which increases public oversight into Southern… Continue reading
Each year the Greenlining Institute submits to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) a report highlighting utility contracting to minority businesses. In 2006, the six largest public utilities contracted more than $1.5 billion to minority-owned businesses in 2006. This report… Continue reading
For over 15 years, the Greenlining Institute has issued its Annual Report Card on Supplier Diversity relating to the largest utilities subject to California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) scrutiny. This year’s Report Card focuses on the only six major regulated… Continue reading
For almost 15 years, the Greenlining Institute has issued its Report Card on supplier diversity relating to the nine largest utilities subject to CPUC scrutiny. Today, we submit to you Greenlining’s Supplier Diversity Report Card for the year 2003. Continue reading