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Plan To Add Groundwater To Hetch Hetchy Troubles SF Water Lovers

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco’s world-famous Hetch Hetchy water is about to change.

Starting in March, a small amount of groundwater will be added to the Sierra mountain drinking water. 141 more words

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Some customers asked to pay thousands to connect with solar


Some Hawaiian Electric customers are being asked to pay thousands of dollars more if they want to get on the grid.

HECO says 370 letters were sent to customers still wanting a PV system under the old Net Energy Metering program. 320 more words

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California Lawmaker Calls For Investigation Of Regulators After Many Report PG&E Bill Hikes

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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – One state lawmaker says regulators may be to blame for skyrocketing PG&E bills residents are reporting recently. 206 more words

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How I Became an Activist

by Karen Topakian

Responding to the in-coming administration’s grand entrance, friends and colleagues have asked me how to become an activist, probably because I’ve been one for decades. 579 more words

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Data Center Company Switch Finally OK'd to Leave NV Energy

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Data center company Switch can leave NV Energy’s monopoly and buy its own power from other sources, more than two years after it first moved to break free from the company and just as a Switch-led campaign to bring “energy choice” to all Nevadans gains momentum. 498 more words

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Hawaiian Electric proposes rate increase for Oahu customers

Hawaiian Electric is proposing a rate hike for customers. If approved, it would be the first increase in nearly six years.

The request is for a 6.9 percent increase in revenues, or $106 million. 110 more words

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Xcel Energy Agreement To Support More Solar Energy

DENVER (AP) — State regulators approved a settlement agreement involving Xcel Energy that allows for more flexible electricity rates and more solar power.

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