California regulators have delayed — again — a closely watched vote on whether electric utility companies can make their customers pay some of the costs of wildfires sparked by their equipment. The California Public Utilities Commission had been scheduled to vote Thursday on a request from San Diego Gas & Electric Co. to pass on to its customers some of the settlement costs of lawsuits triggered by a series of fires in 2007. But on Tuesday, the commission put off voting on the issue until its Nov. 30 meeting. That marks the second time in the last month that the commission has delayed making a decision in the proceeding, which has already dragged on for years.
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- Can utilities make customers pay wildfire costs? Regulators delay decision
By David R. Baker - Tuesday Nov 7, 2017
- Trucks that sell bulk meat in parking lots may head to NY
By Lisa Fickenscher - Saturday Sep 30, 2017
Zaycon Fresh, a meat seller that skips stores to sell its discounted steaks and pork chops directly out of trailer trucks, is eyeing the New York area — and says it’s close to raising $50 million to make it happen. The Spokane, Wash.-based outfit typically asks its mostly suburban and rural customers to meet its...
- UPS has a plan to transform diesel trucks into electric vehicles
By Brett Williams - Friday Nov 10, 2017
UPS is giving some its fossil-fuel powered vehicles a green energy makeover.
The company has over 108,000 delivery vehicles deployed on routes around the world. More than 770 of those are powered by electric or hybrid motors, and UPS wants to add to that number without actually buying any new vehicles.
UPS will team up with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to convert up to 1,500 diesel trucks to new all-electric systems.
The program, which will be based in the Bronx in NYC, depends on $500,000 from NYSERDA to develop and test the conversion system. UPS and transportation energy company Unique Electric Solutions (UES) LLC will collaborate on the project. If all goes according to plan, the converted e-trucks will start running NYC UPS routes next spring. Read more...More about Electric Vehicles, Ups, Conversion, Electric Truck, and Tech
- Two years ago, state auditors found PG&E slow on Sonoma repairs
By David R. Baker - Tuesday Oct 24, 2017
A 2015 audit by California utility regulators faulted Pacific Gas and Electric Co. for thousands of late maintenance jobs and repairs to its electricity distribution network in Sonoma County, where state investigators are now examining whether the company’s power lines played a role in this month’s deadly fires. The document, released Monday by the California Public Utilities Commission, appears to be the last time the regulatory agency audited PG&E’s maintenance of distribution lines, poles and other equipment within the county. It found that over a five-year period, from August 2010 to September 2015, PG&E had finished 3,527 work orders past their scheduled due date.
- The Latest: Major break to be announced in missing men probe
Thursday Jul 13, 2017
About 50 students, faculty and staff have gathered at a Baltimore university's chapel to pray for four missing Pennsylvania men, including one of the school's students.The missing student, Jimi Tar Patrick, is a rising sophomore at Loyola University Maryland, a Jesuit school.The Baltimore Sun reports Director of Campus Ministry Sean Bray says the group wants to honor the request of Patrick's grandmother to "storm heaven with our prayers for Jimi's safe return."The owners of the property where authorities have centered their search for four missing Pennsylvania men say they are cooperating with the investigation.Police have focused their search on the family's 90-acre farm in Solebury Township and have scoured the property with multiple law enforcement agencies, cadaver dogs and heavy construction equipment.Authorities say they've recovered several pieces of evidence from a sprawling farm property and elsewhere while investigating the disappearance of four young Pennsylvania men believed to be victims of foul play.Police have focused their search on a farm in Solebury and have utilized several law enforcement agencies, heavy construction equipment and cadaver dogs.Police are back for a fourth day searching a large Pennsylvania farm for evidence in the disappearance of four young men believed to be victims of foul play.The 90-acre (0.14-square-mile) property in Solebury Township has been scoured by law enforcement agencies, heavy construction equipment and cadaver dogs.Authorities are gearing up for another day of searching a sprawling Pennsylvania farm for evidence linked to four missing young men.Cadaver dogs and heavy construction equipment were used Tuesday in the search of farmland in Solebury Township, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Philadelphia.
- Fire truck stolen in Southern California recovered in SF
By Filipa Ioannou - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
A fire department utility truck stolen in Southern California Monday was recovered more than 300 miles away in San Francisco Tuesday afternoon, officials said.The Oxnard Fire equipment vehicle, a red Ford F-350 with stake bed, was stolen from the lot of Fire Station 1 on South K Street in Oxnard (Ventura County) on Monday, according to the Oxnard Fire Department.The San Francisco Police Department is assisting Southern California authorities with the investigation, according to Officer Giselle Talkoff, a spokeswoman for the San Francisco Police Department.