PG&E CEO Tony Earley To Defend Faulty San Carlos Pipeline At CPUC Today

PG&E CEO Tony Earley, who’s taking a lot of heat for the faulty pipeline that exploded in the San Bruno PG&E case, is scheduled to make a presentation at 3 … Read More

First “Zero Waste” Holiday Tree By Recology To Be Given To Hillsdale Shopping Center

Ever heard of a “Zero Waste Holiday Tree”? Well, this blogger had not either until today. A “Zero Waste Holiday Tree” is one made of recycled materials. Recology has made … Read More

PG&E Shareholder Hind Bou-Salman Lawsuit: Make Execs Pay San Bruno Fire

A PG&E shareholder named Hind Bou-Salman filed a lawsuit Monday against the utility’s management claiming that they took money for pipeline safety and used it for other corporate uses, including … Read More

PG&E Pays San Bruno Fire Victims, Not City Of San Bruno

PG&E seems to have it in for the City Of San Bruno three years after the explosion of its natural gas transmission line that killed eight people and leveled San … Read More

San Bruno Fire 3rd Anniversary: Calls For PG&E Utility Safety, Reforms

San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane today said, nearing the third anniversary of one of the worst natural gas pipeline disaster in U.S. history, that as his community continues to heal … Read More

Tony Earley: PG&E CEO Wrong; San Bruno Fire CPUC Penalty Will Not Bankruptcy Utility

Tony Earley, the PG&E Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, who’s name could be the start of a hip-hop song that goes “Tony Earley. Tony Earley. Tony Earley” is totally wrong … Read More

CPUC Audited By Federal Government To Determine Compliance In Wake Of San Bruno Explosion and Fire

Weeks after City of San Bruno officials raised serious concerns about the ongoing turmoil within the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Administrator of the Pipeline … Read More

San Bruno Mayor Calls for Reform of Broken California Public Utilities System At Conference Of U.S. Regulators

The Mayor of San Bruno, California – the site of one of the worst natural gas disasters in U.S. history – today called on utility regulators to fix a broken … Read More

San Bruno Happy With CPUC PG&E San Bruno Fire Fine Moves

The City of San Bruno called a new legal filing by the California Public Utilities Commission’s safety division “a step in the right direction to punish PG&E” in determining a … Read More

San Bruno Fire: CPUC Internal Emails Point To Illegal Interference By CPUC

UPDATE: San Bruno Happy With Latest CPUC PG&E Fine Moves Wednesday, San Bruno officials demanded the release of key internal California Public Utility Commission documents relating to the CPUC’s penalty … Read More

CPUC’s Lawyers Quit Over PG&E San Bruno Explosion And Gas Fire Case

The entire legal team of the California Public Utilities Commission charged with investigating the deadly Pacific Gas & Electric Co. explosion and fire has resigned from working on the case, … Read More

San Bruno Demands PG&E Pay $2.25 Billion For San Bruno Fire

In a media event today, The City Of San Bruno announced it wants Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) to pay $2.25 billion for damages and home destruction that stemmed … Read More

CPUC President Michael Peevey Skips Hearing For Party With PG&E

Michael Peevey is in big trouble. (Note: Follow @Zennie62 on Twtter) Michael Peevey, the President Of the California Public Utilities Commission (described by some as “the CPUC’s embattled” leader) reportedly … Read More

San Leandro, CA Continues with Meyers Nave Law Firm to Represent City

The City of San Leandro’s City Council has reached consensus to continue to retain the law firm of Meyers Nave and City Attorney Jayne Williams and Assistant City Attorney Richard … Read More

George Mitchell Out As San Bruno Fire Mediator

After a lot of complaints, conga drums, and consternation, former Senator George Mitchell is out as the mediator who was hand-picked by the California Public Utilities Commission, or the CPUC. … Read More

San Bruno Fire: Mayor Of San Bruno Wants George Mitchell Out

The City Of San Bruno’s serious about wanting the California Public Utilities Commission-appointed mediator George Mitchell out of the picture because his ties with DLA Piper and their many known … Read More

San Bruno Fire: CPUC And PG&E Pick George Mitchell As Mediator, Don’t Ask Victims Reps

The California Public Utilities Commission is in a lot of hot water. On Tuesday, the CPUC announced that it selected Former Senator George Mitchell as mediator in the ongoing talks … Read More

San Bruno Gas Explosion, Fire: City Wants PG&E Restitution For Disaster

The City of San Bruno has come out swinging against Pacific Gas and Electric Company today, and a few years in the wake of the giant explosion and fire that … Read More