Will lawmakers de-energize PG&E’s power to shut off the juice when the Red Flag warnings start flying again next year?
State regulators have launched an investigation to determine whether the San Jose Water Co. over-billed customers for 30 years.
A planned tie-up between San Jose Water Company and another private utility on the East Coast has morphed into a four-way merger battle.
San Jose considers whether to support a state bill that would demand greater transparency from water companies about rate changes.
San Jose Water Co.’s latest pitch to raise rates comes before the CPUC Thursday, and irate customers are gearing up for a showdown.
San Jose Water Co. customers voice frustration over inexplicable water bill spikes, some of which went up by 500 percent in one billing cycle.
San Jose Water Company, the investor-owned utility that provides water for most of the South Bay, is angling for yet another rate hike.
A seemingly subtle chance to the CPUC mission statement does not bode well for ratepayers, according to a local consumer advocacy group.
San Jose’s largest privately held water utility is angling for yet another rate increase. This one is tied to the company’s shareholder profits.
The investor-owned water company that serves about half of Santa Clara County owes a fortune to ratepayers. The only question is: how much?