California and PG&E – Letting Citizens Struggle in Inflation and a Broken Power Grid

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  1. Mike says:

    Still no rotating outages – however they did kill the grid for two hours by pushing the wrong switch.

  2. Mike says:

    It is interesting how Pioneer Energy is going to use the PGE grid – and charge more for the energy that is distributed. It would be nice if another energy supplier came in and rebuilt the infrastructure. As energy costs continue to rise – off the grid solar is becoming more viable.

  3. Mike says:

    El Dorado County – People are being forced to Pioneer Energy to rip them off, especially NEM customers with Solar. In this world you have to be on your toes. I opted out.

  4. Mike says:

    PGE is reaching out to accounts and trying to get them to go to another rate schedule, showing potential savings. To me this is concerning – first of all why would they show rate savings which would cut their income? The only one that actually showed savings was a total of $5 and I have not switched to that rate schedule because of their TOU pricing. I wonder how many other people have had the same sales pitch and switched? Food for thought.

  5. Mike says:

    I forgot to mention in my article electric cars. Something to think about – If you own one how do you expect to recharge it? With rotating outages will you be able to?

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