Calif. regulator calls for strict safety oversight of PG&E
The president of the California Public Utilities Commission has proposed stringent independent oversight of Pacific Gas and Electric Co. for the utility to continue operations following its bankruptcy reorganization.
PG&E union attacks Sanders' 'bird-brained' takeover idea
With California's critical Democratic presidential primary approaching on March 3, Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) entry into the debate over the fate of Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has been slammed by the union representing 12,000 PG&E workers.
Why the U.S. faces a steep path to a CO2-free grid
Multiple states and Democratic presidential candidates have committed to slashing greenhouse gas emissions by 80% or more by 2050. But recent grid and renewable analyses indicate what an uphill climb that may be.
Trump would cut funding for world's largest fusion project
U.S. funding for a multibillion-dollar nuclear fusion project in southern France has been sharply reduced in President Trump's proposed fiscal 2021 budget, leaving supporters looking to Congress to deliver the full U.S. share.
Brouillette replaces cybersecurity chief
Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette is replacing the agency's top cyber official, Karen Evans, according to a memo obtained by E&E News.