Boosting efficient and renewable
California's clean energy projects will lose around $400 million in funding in 2012 due to the elimination of the so-called public goods charge. This surcharge, paid by customers of Southern California Edison and other investor-owned...Read More
by Christina Villacorte, Daily News
A surcharge paid by customers of Southern California Edison and other investor-owned utilities will be eliminated next year, cutting off some $400 million annually for clean-energy projects statewide.
"It's an incredible shame," said...Read More
There were no new jobs created in the United States this past August. Unemployment stayed at 9.1 percent but we all know that California is worse at 12 percent unemployment.
You will hear President Obama...Read More