Compiled by Roger Bloom


The state Public Utilities Commission proposed to spread the $10 billion state energy debt equally among utility customers, a move that would shift more of the burden to Southern California compared with prior proposals The state did not need to use public money to purchase electricity in November and December, covering its costs with money collected from utility customers The state Public Utilities Commission approved a plan for Southern California Edison to repay $1...

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