California’s power grid operator issued a flex alert Thursday in advance of another expected heat wave.
Sizzling temperatures in Friday’s forecast prompted the California Independent System Operator to issue a statewide Flex Alert.
Mayor London Breed said in a statement that PG&E’s announcement to file bankruptcy will not affect service in The City.
A federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday tentatively ordered PG&E Co. to inspect its entire electrical service area.
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco Thursday ordered PG&E Co. to implement 60 safety recommendations.
People affected by the devastating wildfires around the state are entitled to an array of consumer protections concerning their electricity, water and telephone bills, according to the California Public Utilities Commission.
PG&E crews have restored power to all San Francisco Bay Area customers as of Tuesday evening, a PG&E spokeswoman said.
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco Thursday approved a revised fee calculation that will result in higher charges to customers who choose to buy their electricity from local governments instead of investor-owned utilities.
The mayors of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose joined Tuesday in urging the California Public Utilities Commission to delay voting on a proposal that they say could “disrupt the state’s clean energy programs and increase energy fees for utility customers.”
San Francisco Mayor London Breed is setting new environmental goals in a effort to reduce The City’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The University of California is committing to using only clean and renewable energy at all of its 10 campuses and five medical centers by 2025, university officials announced Tuesday.
High temperatures expected throughout California this week have prompted the state’s Independent System Operator Corporation to issue a Flex Alert to encourage electricity conservation Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Concord City Council has scheduled a special meeting to discuss news reports that the U.S. Navy may be planning to place a detention facility for up to 47,000 immigrant detainees at the former Naval Weapons Station.
A man who died after being electrocuted by power lines while trimming a tree Monday afternoon in San Jose was not a PG&E employee, a …
PG&E officials said Tuesday that temporary overhead power lines will be restored by Friday to the fire-ravaged Coffey Park neighborhood in Santa Rosa.
San Francisco’s California Public Utilities Commission calls on California residents to reduce energy use during The Great Solar Eclipse.
About 4,000 homes in Sausalito are without power Monday afternoon.
PG&E Co. was ordered to pay a $400,000 fine for a toppled transmission tower that caused a massive blackout in Monterey County.
As California gears up for legalized recreational marijuana, state regulators are trying to figure out how the new industry will impact the energy supply.
Some PG&E customers may see lower energy bills, while others may see higher bills, due to changes being made to the company’s billing system.