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The deadline for the Legislature to pass pending legislation and send it to the Governor’s desk was August 31st. The Governor sign, veto, or allow enrolled bills to become law by September 30, 2018. The Legislature passed many bills that … Continue reading
The following list and information include actions by the Governor since the September 15, 2017 legislative deadline ending the 2017 legislative session. This list will change as we reach the October 15, 2017 deadline as the Governor either veto, signs, … Continue reading
Bills introduced in the 2017 legislative session were required to be enrolled and sent to the Governor by September 15, 2017, concluding the last legislative deadline. Nearly forty bills were enrolled sometime before this deadline. Several bills dealing with renewable … Continue reading
The issue of renewable energy integration and overgeneration is square and center in California. The California System Operator (CAISO) along with other state regulators have studied or commissioned third-party studies to evaluate both the scope of overgeneration and means to … Continue reading
Assembly Members Gatto, Levine, and Wilk introduced a bipartisan State Assembly Constitutional Amendment (ACA) 11 on March 9, 2016 to reform the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). What does this proposed constitutional amendment mean for California and for the CPUC?
In Part 1 of this series was a brief retrospective of some of the antecedents of today’s discussion of residential rates in California. In Part 2, we discussed in more detail the concept of inclining block rates, the policy rationale … Continue reading
Residential rates always seem to be in the news for one reason or another. These days, residential rates are the subject of pending legislation (AB 327) and an ongoing rulemaking at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) (R.12-06-013). To help … Continue reading