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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PG&E sparked last fall's Kincaid wildfire, CalFire reveals. State regulators launch a cutting edge framework for figuring how big a hit combined utility bills are for low income ratepayers. The scrutinized tab [...]

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Before the start of the fireworks, Pacific Gas & Electric announced it funded most of the $6.75 billion cash payment to fire victims. It also lined up another $12 billion to pay [...]

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Newsom urges more clean energy, profits on utility assets must be lower, EV to home pilot

Headlines are focused on the war and Gov. Gavin Newsom during his State of the State pays tribute to the...
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Aiming at federal regulators, grappling with utility bills, growing utility revenue

Federal regulators get blasted by Sen. Joe Manchin and Republican lawmakers for incorporating greenhouse gas emissions and environmental justice into...
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Biomethane gets a boost, SCE seeks $1.6B for more fire prevention, “Lithium Valley” spotlit

The California Public Utilities Commission directs the gas utilities in the state to buy biomethane to reduce high greenhouse gas-emitting...
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Green hydrogen pipeline pursued, federal pipeline permit revise, virtual power plants advance

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