1. California is wrestling with electricity prices – here’s how to design a system that covers the cost of fixing the grid while keeping prices fair

    By Yihsu Chen, University of California, Santa Cruz and Andrew L. Liu, Purdue University Small-scale solar power, also known as rooftop or distributed solar, has grown considerably in the U.S. over the past decade . It provides electricity without emitting air pollutants or climate
  2. A California utility agrees to pay $80 million over the 2017 Thomas Fire to resolve federal suit

    By Jason Hanna and Taylor Romine, CNN Utility giant Southern California Edison has agreed to pay $80 million to settle the US Forest Service’s claims relating to the 2017 Thomas Fire , which at the time was the largest wildfire in California’s modern history, federal prosecutors sa
  3. California utility has agreed to pay $80 million to settle allegations that its equipment ignited a destructive wildfire in 2017

    Southern California Edison has agreed to pay $80 million to settle claims connected to the 2017 Thomas Fire, which destroyed over a thousand homes and structures. The fire, sparked by utility equipment, burned across 439 square miles in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. The set
  4. California utility to blame for deadly 2022 fire -report

    (Reuters) - California authorities have determined that a major utility company is to blame for a 2022 wildfire that killed two people, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday. The Post, citing a California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection (Cal Fire) document not yet mad