P.G & E. & Prop 16. Strange Bedfellows
Original post made by Nosy Neighbors, Pleasanton Heights, on May 20, 2010
The fact that you can't go almost a single commercial break without hearing a Yes on 16 add means that PG&E is shelling out some serious cash to see this pass. With the possible consequences of loosing as much as 25% of their customer base to independent municipal provided power (which for all you green folks could mean wind, solar, geo thermal generated, etc.) they stand to loose their monopoly on the energy providers for the state.
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