Articles Tagged With ‘PG&E’

PG&E raises rates in January

By KAREN VELIE When you open your PG&E bills in January, ready yourself for an unpleasant surprise. PG&E electric rates are slated to increase by $32 a month, for an medium use household. As part of the company’s plan to... (Continue reading)

PG&E seeking another rate hike, this one for Diablo Canyon

By KAREN VELIE In response to regulators permitting Diablo Canyon nuclear plant in Avila Beach to continue producing energy through 2030, PG&E has provided notice it will need to raise rates for the third time in less than two years.... (Continue reading)

PG&E files Diablo Canyon license renewal application

By JOSH FRIEDMAN PG&E on Tuesday filed an application with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to renew its license to operate Diablo Canyon Power Plant. The utility had planned on shutting down the nuclear power plant in 2025. However, PG&E... (Continue reading)

PG&E customers likely to get hit with rate hikes

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Power bills are likely to increase for 16 million Californians, including Central Coast residents, following a plan put forward by state regulators to allow PG&E to raise the rates its customers pay. [NBC Bay Area] Initially, PG&E... (Continue reading)

Lawsuit seeks to shutdown Diablo Canyon power plant

By KAREN VELIE A lawsuit filed Tuesday seeks to stop PG&E from continuing to operate Diablo Canyon Power Plant in Avila Beach past 2025. In 2016, Friends of the Earth and PG&E agreed in a contract that Diablo Canyon would... (Continue reading)