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Former CPUC Commish, CAISO Official Recommend Removing PG&E From POLR Role

March 12,2019



Mark Ferron and Lorenzo Kristov have written an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle outlining their view for a 21st century Pacific Gas & Electric

They recommend, among other things, relieving PG&E from the provider of last resort role and implementing a distribution-level marketplace. They also propose a larger role for local governments

See the op-ed here

Mark Ferron formerly served as commissioner on the California Public Utilities Commission, and was also previously a member of the Board of Governors of the California Independent System Operator. Lorenzo Kristov was previously a principal in market and infrastructure policy at the California Independent System Operator

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