Monday Jul 21
California Public Utilities Commission Issues Proposed Decision for...
An Administrative Law Judge with the California Public Utilities Commission today released a Proposed Decision for California Water Service Company's General Rate Case, which was filed in July 2012.
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Utilities Will Soon Beg Customers to Stop Using So Much Power
It wants customers to use less electricity in the city that never sleeps. You'd think spending less on the electric bill would be a no-brainer, but Consolidated Edison is willing to pay up to $150 million to get customers on board.
Local water users already meeting new state standards
The State Water Board acted Tuesday to set minimum standards for water conservation, with the ability of local water providers to issue fines for blatant water use.
California Water Service Group Schedules Second Quarter 2014 Earnings ...
All stockholders and interested investors are invited to listen to the teleconference.
California State Audit Confirms California Water Service Company Rates Justified, Reasonable
The audit, titled "Antelope Valley Water Rates: Various Factors Contribute to Differences Among Water Utilities" and approved by the Joint Legislative Audit Committee in August 2013, compared Cal Water's rates and operations with three local municipal utilities, Los Angeles County Waterworks District No.