The Sac Bee has the story: PG&E says it opposes initiative that would block state's greenhouse gas emissions law.
Utility giant PG&E Corp. today came out against the ballot initiative to suspend California's greenhouse gas emissions law, joining the ranks of California businesses opposing efforts to roll back the landmark legislation.The state's largest for-profit utility said that it supports a "thoughtful and balanced" implementation of AB 32 to combat the problem of global climate change and spur growth in clean-tech jobs and investments.
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PG&E does not have to worry! The cost of implementing AB32 are going to be passed on to you, the customer.
On the other hand, being cooperative with regulatory agencies, such as the CPUC with regulates PG&E, and CARB which approves their environmental impact statements for all those state demanded solar and wind farms, sets up a nice cozy relationship. A relationship that ends up with PG&E customers holding the bag.
PG&E is still deciding if they will provide funds to defeat the initiative. How do you feel about paying the bill for PG&E if they decide to provide economic support to organizations committed to defeating Prop 23? Yea, me too.As a customer you need to let PG&E know how you feel about their support for a campaign to defeat Prop 23. It is your money and house hold budget at stake. Here is a link to the PG&E Contact Page. Give them a piece of your mind -- NOW!