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$10 Million To Upgrade San Bruno Pipeline Diverted While PG&E Execs Got Bonuses Before Deadly Explosion Says PUC Chief

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) — In what sounded like damning testimony to state senators, the new head of the California Public Utilities Commission said Pacific Gas & Electric took millions from ratepayers earmarked for San Bruno pipeline upgrades and diverted it to boost profits and give bonuses to top executives, according to the Los Angeles Times. 353 more words


Understanding Your PUC Financial Aid Estimate

Wondering how much college will cost is probably the biggest concern many high school seniors (and their parents!) have right now, with the fall quickly approaching. 677 more words

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Diablo Canyon: PG&E secretly used wrong design data for key safety equipment for 30 years

Press release from Friends of the Earth

Utility misled California PUC, seeks to pocket $133.5 million in ratepayer revenues

SAN FRANCISCO – Pacific Gas & Electric Co. 720 more words

We Want You at PUC This Spring!

If you missed the deadline to come to PUC for this past winter quarter, don’t worry! You still have a chance to transfer for the spring, which starts on Monday, March 30th. 417 more words

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Five Reasons to Consider Majoring in Aviation

Did you know PUC is one of only two liberal arts colleges in California to offer a degree in aviation? That’s right! The airport in Angwin is even located on campus, and we also have a Frasca 180, a flight simulator that allows students to train for inclement weather and other hazards without ever leaving the ground. 490 more words

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HECO, PUC reach agreement on solar approvals

The new chairman of the Public Utilities Commission has reached an agreement with Hawaiian Electric.

The plan was to issue an order to the power company. 420 more words


PUC Gives Verizon Price Flexibility Over Basic Service In Urban Areas

By Tony Romeo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – For the first time in the history of telephone regulation in Pennsylvania, it appears the state’s biggest basic landline provider will soon be able to set its own prices for local exchange service in urban areas without approval of state regulators. 112 more words