As of Wednesday, July 1, 2020, the City of Garden Grove will begin issuing normal late fees on water payments. Payments for delinquent accounts before June 30, 2020 will be accepted without penalty if paid by July 15, 2020. Starting August 2020, the City will resume water shut-offs for non-payments.
Today SoCalGas announced further advancement of cutting-edge technology that converts the carbon dioxide in raw biogas to renewable natural gas (RNG). The electrochemical technology, developed by Opus 12, has been funded by SoCalGas along with PG&E. The work shows that RNG technology continues to advance in efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Just
The California Independent System Operator (ISO) has signed an implementation agreement with XcelEnergy-Colorado paving the way for its participation in the Western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) in 2022. The agreement also provides for participation of the other Joint Dispatch Agreement (JDA) members: Black Hills Energy Colorado Electric, Colorado Springs Utilities,
From in person to virtual, celebrations from Mother’s Day to proms to birthdays have continued during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, despite the virtual celebrations, so have the power outages and electrical safety hazards – Opens in new window caused by adrift metallic balloons, though fewer in number but still troubling.
Working from home has its perks. Less commuting leads to more family time and cleaner air, among them. And there are more people than ever working from home now because of the COVID-19 pandemic and California’s Stay-at-Home order. However, with the perks come some potential safety risks, including electrical hazards.
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced it and other important stakeholders have agreed on details of a proposed plan to offer renewable natural gas to customers, and have filed that agreement with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Stakeholders include consumer advocate groups (including the state’s consumer advocate), a
The Orange County Sanitation District will replace nearly three miles of two sewer pipelines which run along Westminster Avenue between Seal Beach Boulevard and Rancho Road (City of Westminster). The construction will begin during the week of April 6, 2020. The construction is being done to replace regional sewer pipelines
The women and men of Southern California Edison are as focused as ever on safely providing reliable service to our customers during these challenging times. In keeping with that commitment, we will continue to work 24/7 to serve our communities. Prioritizing critical work We are prioritizing critical work necessary to
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced it will donate $1 million to nonprofit organizations throughout its service area to support the region’s workforce, feed the hungry, and provide bill assistance to customers most affected by the coronavirus. “All of us at SoCalGas want to do everything we can to
Southern California Edison is counting on its customers to participate in the upcoming 2020 Census. Through a partnership with the Secretary of State and U.S. Census Bureau, SCE has launched a community engagement and outreach effort across its service area — one of the most diverse regions in the U.S.
To protect the health of the company’s staff, and prevent possible disruption to critical business operations, the California Independent System Operator (ISO) is implementing temporary restrictions on all in-person meetings at its offices and at off-site venues, due to potential risks presented by the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, effective immediately
The lettered metallic balloons were stacked perhaps 10-feet tall, the troubleman removing them from power lines was 5 foot 8. And the continuing problem? Well, it’s much bigger than either of them. Southern California Edison experienced 1,022 outages caused by metallic balloons last year, affecting 1.07 million customers and leading
Golden State Water Company (Golden State Water) has an Emergency Disaster Relief Program that provides protections for residential and small business customers impacted by wildfires or other natural disasters. The program complies with California Public Utilities Commission Resolution No. M-4833 and Decision No. 19-07-015. In the event that a State