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PG&E Enters Into $5.5 Billion DIP Commitment Letter
As previously reported, on January 14, 2019, PG&E Corporation (the “Corporation”) and its regulated utility subsidiary, Pacific Gas and Electric Compa...
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San Diego Gas & Electric Proposing Central Entity Assume Procurement Duties For Default Service
The San Diego Union-Tribune has published an update on San Diego Gas & Electric's previously reported (see story here) efforts to cease procuring elec...
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PG&E Bankruptcy Plan Leads San Francisco To Reconsider Municipalization Of Power System
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the forthcoming bankruptcy filing of Pacific Gas & Electric has led City of San Francisco leaders to reconsi...
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Splitting PG&E Into Separate Utilities, Ending Holding Co, Among Illustrative Options CPUC To Study
The California PUC announced that it opened a review of Pacific Gas & Electric's safety culture and ability to provide safe energy service The PUC ...
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FERC Rejects Generator’s Complaint That Sought Use Of Centralized Capacity Procurement In CAISO
FERC rejected as unsupported a complaint from CXA La Paloma, LLC which alleged that the resource adequacy regime in California is unjust, unreasonable...
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SDG&E Floating Exit From Commodity Supplier Role
San Diego Gas & Electric has recently requested that California legislators reduce its role in buying power for its customers, eventually reducing...
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Vistra Energy’s Battery Energy Storage Contract Receives California PUC Approval
The California Public Utilities Commission has approved Vistra Energy’s 20-year resource adequacy contract with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E...
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Retail Supplier Affiliate Signs PPAs With Two Municipal Aggregations
EDF Renewables North America announced the signing of two 20-year Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) for the 128 megawatt (MWac) with 40 MW/160 MWh batt...
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PG&E Proposes "Subscription"-Style Rate Class For Commercial EV Charging
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has submitted a proposal to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to establish new commercial elec...
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California Muni Aggregations Sign Solar Plus Storage Agreement
Canadian Solar Inc. announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Recurrent Energy LLC has signed two 15-year power purchase agreements ("PPA") with Si...
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Muni Aggregation Breaks Ground On 200 MW Solar Project
Peninsula Clean Energy, a Community Choice Aggregation serving 290,000 San Mateo County (Calif) customers, broke ground on the 200-megawatt, utility...
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Calif. Adopts Law Setting Policy Of Making 100% Of Retail Electric Sales Renewable/Carbon-Free
Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown has signed SB 100, which states, "It is the policy of the state that eligible renewable energy resources and zero-carbon resou...
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EDF Renewables Signs PPA
EDF Renewables North America announced the signing of a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA)...
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Vistra, Tesla Awarded PG&E Storage Projects
Vistra Energy and Tesla were among the providers selected by Pacific Gas and Electric Company for storage resources. PG&E has selected third parti...
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Calif. Draft Would Adopt Fees, Security Levels For Municipal Aggregations
A proposed California PUC decision would establish security requirements for community choice aggregations, including determining a per-customer fee u...
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