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PG&E, LG Electronics and Sunverge pilot virtual power plant with consumer batteries

PG&E, Sunverge Energy and LG Electronics to implement a VPP using consumer energy storage systems for grid reliability in California

Head of California Public Utilities Commission to retire

The head of the California Public Utilities Commission announced Thursday that he will retire after almost five years on a job dominated by oversight of devastating wildfires.

California Public Utilities Commission considers reintroduction of competition

[img:CPUC%20Crest_0.jpg| ]Sacramento, CA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- April 30, 2007 – The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has issued a proposed decision on the petition filed in December, 2006 by the Alliance for Retail Energy Markets (AReM) and 184 additional petitioners and supporters, asking that the CPUC start an investigation into reopening the competitive retail electricity market. In the proposed decision, to be voted on by the full Commission in May or June, the CPUC agrees to open the investigation. In the rulemaking process that will follow, it will be determined under what conditions direct access will be restored.

California Public Utilities Commission Briefed on Bill Payment Alternatives

BillMatrix Corporation, a provider of outsourced telephone and Internet-based payment services, has briefed the California Public Utilities Commission on the use of credit cards, ATM debit cards, electronic cheques and recurring transactions for utility bill payment. The California Assembly has recently passed legislation allowing consumers to pay their utility bills using credit or debit cards.

PG&E’s 2019 wildfire safety plan adds expanded shutoff programme

PG&E has submitted its 2019 Wildfire Safety Plan to the California Public Utilities Commission.

PG&E notes patrol findings along wildfire route

Pacific Gas & Electric has sent a letter to the California Public Utilities Commission supplementing its earlier report on damaged infrastructure

PG&E files $7.4bn clean energy and grid resilience plan

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has filed a $7 .4 billion grid modernisation and resiliency proposal with the California Public Utilities Commission.

California approves massive EV charging programme

In the US, the California Public Utilities Commission has approved Southern California Edison’s Charge Ready 2 EV charging programme.

California orders a raft of “immediate corrective actions” by PG&E

CPUC has ordered PG&E to take immediate corrective actions for problems with management during the largest PSPS event in the history of California.

PG&E bolsters community resilience with microgrid solutions

The California Public Utilities Commission has approved Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s (PG&E’s) microgrid proposals, which are designed to reduce the number of customers affected by Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events and mitigate current impacts.

AMI given go ahead in California

San Francisco, CA, USA --- (METERING.COM) --- July 22, 2006 – The California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has approved Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) smart meter program.

The Changing Role of the Utility In a Decentralized World (And the Changing Role of Regulation, too)

[img:JohnB_0.JPG|John A Bohn, CPUC]

Based on the keynote presentation at Smart Energy International 2010

Commissioner John A Bohn, California Public Utilities Commission

Good Morning. It is a pleasure and an honor to be here with you this morning. Thank you for inviting me.