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SDG&E funds PAC to fight against municipal power effort

Battling over San Diego’s energy future

Should voters decide if SDG&E should be replaced by a municipal utility? Both sides exchange verbal jabs

Ballot initiative wants to replace SDG&E, lower electricity rates

Battle for power: Bid launched to replace SDGE with public utility

Petition to replace SDGE with non-profit utility in San Diego

SDGE’s new political action committee gets backlash

Ballot Measure Forming to Push Out SDG&E, Create Public Utility

Opinion: If SDGE wants people to conserve, a fee for low energy users isn’t likely to inspire

The Future of Rooftop Solar in California Is More Important Than Ever

Measure to replace San Diego Gas & Electric angling for November ballot

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Power San Diego supporters gather in front of City Hall on Feb. 13, 2024. (FOX 5/KUSI) (FOX 5)

Study finds municipal utility could save San Diego ratepayers up to 14% in 10 years

San Diego Gas & Electric finishes at or near bottom of JD Power customer satisfaction studies

Opinion: In the state’s oversight of utilities, the interests of average Californians are ignored

New California rules are crushing the solar industry

A DEEPER DIVE INTO SDGE’S COMING RATE HIKE

LIGHTS OUT, SAN DIEGO: SDG&E AND THE NATURAL-GAS SQUEEZE

SUMMER PRICING LEADS TO HIGHER SDG&E BILLS

SAN DIEGO RESIDENTS STUNNED AS UTILITY BILLS MORE THAN DOUBLE THIS MONTH

‘I’m just fed up,’ some consumers tell regulators who will decide SDG&E’s proposed rate hike

Rancho Bernardo man who sued SDG&E over high bills appears in court

SAN DIEGO UTILITY CUSTOMERS FURIOUS ABOUT SDG&E RATE HIKE REQUEST

California regulators got an earful from San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) customers upset about the utility’s request for an increase in revenue during their general rate case.

“It’s unfair that they’re asking ratepayers to keep paying more and more,” said Paula Brandt of Poway. “Every time you open a bill from them they want to increase something.”

The utility is asking regulators to approve about $3.6 billion in new revenue over the four-year period.

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