FERC ordered hearing and settlement procedures on a complaint by the Louisiana PSC alleging that its ratepayers are being overcharged by an Entergy subsidiary that sells power from the Grand Gulf nuclear plant. | EntergyRead More
Concern about the ripple effects of Pacific Gas and Electric’s financial meltdown had already spread last week as CAISO addressed worries about the utility’s potential to default on its payments to the ISO. | NASARead More
The California PUC began the process of implementing wildfire cost recovery provisions, as protesters argued against any effort to bailout PG&E for the deadly wildfires of 2017 and 2018. | CPUCRead More
PG&E’s beleaguered stock price sank even lower Monday and Tuesday, dropping by more than 30% over two days because of fears the company could go bankrupt or be broken up by the state after two years of catastrophic wildfires in California. | PG&ERead More
Two months after the deadliest wildfire in California history, PG&E is facing intense scrutiny from state lawmakers, regulators and a federal judge who is overseeing its probation for the 2010 San Bruno gas line explosion. | California National GuardRead More
The California PUC will open a new phase of an investigation into PG&E’s safety practices as the utility faces allegations that its equipment ignited the Camp Fire. | California Governor’s Office of Emergency ServicesRead More
Pinnacle West Capital is poised to move forward with its own clean energy plans after Arizona voters rejected Proposition 127, the company’s CEO said during a third-quarter earnings call. | NRCRead More
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