National Experts See the Future At Puget Sound Energy’s New Customer Care Center

It’s an idea-now well on its way to fruition-that runs counter to the way utilities have priced their services in the past and defies the conventional wisdom about the need for a legislative deregulation of the industry.

SAN DIEGO–Officials of Sempra Energy, and its subsidiary, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), endorse the decision of federal regulators to formally investigate the structure of California’s electricity market and the cause of high electricity prices charged to Californians. The companies also applauded President Clinton’s decision to release $2.6 million in federal funds to help low-income San Diego residents with their energy bills.


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