Nekota wrote:mxp wrote:I did not receive any form of notification of this final decision. Can you point me to the URL link please?oakwcj wrote:The CPUC Energy Division has issued a proposed decision approving PG&E's modified rate proposal, which grandfathers in customers already on the E-9 rate until at least the end of 2014. The proposed decision really doesn't say much, but it's being sent to everyone on the service list for comment. Since there were only 8 protests filed to the revised proposal, this is a done deal. The whole subject will be revisited by the CPUC in 2013 and 2014 as part of its next general rate review.
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My apologies if I sound overboard with this:
Is it worth the time and money to hire legal representation to fight for the implementation of indefinitely grandfathering in E-9 adopters?