Moody’s reports: Calif.’s economy could face serious threats if state’s three-pronged power-crisis rescue plan fails

In addressing the energy crisis, the state has put forward a three-pronged solution, which allows it to assume a larger role in the electricity business-a rare and controversial stance that is not unprecedented, says Dan Aschenbach, the report’s author.


By Ann de Rouffignac
OGJ Online

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