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Don’t Like Your Utility Rates? Then Condemn The Provider….

There has been a remarkable movement lately throughout California: local government agencies are attempting to take over investor-owned, quasi-public utility companies in an effort to reduce utility bills to their...more

California Investor-Owned Utilities Launch 2014 Energy Storage RFOs

On December 1, 2014, California's three large investor-owned utilities (IOUs)—Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E), Southern California Edison Company (SCE), and San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E)—issued Requests for...more

Corporations Need to Say the Words – “Let’s Go to Trial”

Companies are reluctant to go to trial in a criminal case. Instead, they look for alternatives short of a criminal guilty plea and DOJ has a suitcase full of options that they use....more

Class Action Disgorgement Case Dismissed Against PG&E as Remedy Sought Would Interfere with Filed Rates

Companies in regulated markets, such as insurance and energy, are increasing litigating issues surrounding the “filed rate doctrine,” or in other words, whether they can be sued in a class action where the remedy sought...more

PG&E Opens Application Process for RAM 5

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) is now accepting applications for PG&E’s Fifth Renewable Auction Mechanism (RAM) Request for Offers (RFO), known as “RAM 5.” The RAM 5 RFO is available to renewable electric energy generating...more

CPUC Begins Work on Successor NEM Tariff

BB&K is Forming a Coalition to Represent the Public Agency Perspective on Renewable Energy Investments to the CPUC - The California Public Utilities Commission recently held a workshop with interested stakeholders...more

The Hearsay Rule Matters In Calif. PUC Proceedings

On Feb. 5, 2014, the California Court of Appeal for the First District issued its decision in The Utility Reform Network v. Public Utilities Commission (TURN v. PUC), in which the court established a clear rule that hearsay...more

The Hearsay Rule Matters in California Public Utilities Commission Proceedings

Just last week, the California Court of Appeal issued its decision in The Utility Reform Network v. Public Utilities Commission (TURN v. PUC), in which the Court established a clear rule that hearsay evidence in-and-of-itself...more

Do You Need To Permit Your Stormwater Discharge?

It has been more than 40 years since Congress created the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) in the 1972 Clean Water Act. Yet, confusion remains about which activities and discharges actually require...more

PG&E Files Rate Application to Allocate a Requested $5.3 Billion in Increased Revenues - Application Protests Due by May 17

Last week, the Pacific Gas & Electric Company filed its General Rate Case Phase 2 Application with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The application requests that the CPUC approve new electric rates for...more

California Environmental Law and Policy Update - April 11, 2013

Environmental and Policy Focus - ..Court rules CEQA streamlining provision unconstitutional: CourtHouse News - Apr 3 - A section of a California law aimed at streamlining construction projects by moving...more

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