Tuesday, June 10, 2014

PG&E and Politicians Looking to Gut Utility Competition Law | Greentech Solar

In 2010, PG&E sponsored a ballot measure, Proposition 16, that was a naked attempt to preserve utility power at the expense of customer choice. That proposition went down in flames, despite $46 million of PG&E money behind it, as voters sussed out the motives behind the proposition.
PG&E and its electrical union, IBEW, are back to the same shenanigans in 2014, but now they’ve got legislative allies willing to undermine customer choice in favor of utility control.

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