Halfway there! Help us send 20k emails for fair #solar credit in #CA http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/1179/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=10208 Protect CA net metering: fair credit where it’s due http://www.camajorityreport.com/index.php?module=articles&func=display&aid=4817&ptid=9...
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Good news! Senator Kehoe and Senator Wright are going to introduce bills that will protect the interests of solar producers in the State of California. It is very important that interested parties immediately sign this petition today to let the legislature know that the renewable energy goals of the People of California will not be Continue Reading...
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On April 5, the California Public Utilities Commission held hearings regarding the “Wildfire Expense Balancing Account” and whether it should apply to San Diego’s 2007 fires. There were two hearings before Public Utilities Commissioner Timothy Simon and an administrative law judge. More than 500 people attended, and more than 100 citizens and several county public Continue Reading...
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San Diego Reader Article The Division of Ratepayer Advocates, which as a body within the California Public Utilities Commission represents the interests of utility customers, has filed a paper saying that San Diego Gas & Electric is not telling the truth. The division recommends that the commission penalize the local utility for violating Rule 1.1 Continue Reading...
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By Ariele Johannson It is currently cheaper, on a per-watt basis, to install a small rooftop system in Germany than it is to install a giant desert installation in the US. April 9, 2012 (San Diego’s East County)–Driving through the southwestern deserts, I’ve long been impressed by the ocotillo, a cactus-like tree with straight branches Continue Reading...
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Via Ramona Patch by Julie Pendray Outcry erupted as hundreds gathered to tell representatives of the state Public Utilities Commission on Thursday what they think of San Diego Gas & Electric Co.’s proposal to potentially collect “excess” costs of the 2007 wildfires and any future fires from ratepayers. “Chutzpah!” was all one woman said when Continue Reading...
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Article from Best Best & Krieger MARCH 30, 2012 San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E’s) Phase 2 Rate Case Application currently pending before the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) proposes a rate re-structure that would increase solar projects’ electricity costs for San Diego County schools anywhere from 19 to 67% per year, depending on the Continue Reading...
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