JUICE: Reduce Utility Profit on Infrastructure to Address Skyrocketing Bills

JUICE: Reduce Utility Profit on Infrastructure to Address Skyrocketing Bills

California regulators have ignored a strategy that’s long been within reach to control ratepayer monthly bills: reducing the double-digit return that investor-owned utilities earn on each dollar they invest in equipment--from electric charging stations to wildfire reduction plans.
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