Ohio Consumers’ Counsel issues report previewing Ohio’s summer power supply

The report also encourages consumers to learn how to use energy more efficiently as a way to save both energy and money.

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 16, 2001 – The U.S. Bankruptcy Court today approved Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s motion to confirm that the funds collected by the utility for Public Purpose Programs – including energy efficiency, low income, research and development and renewable generation programs – are not part of the bankruptcy estate and can be used to honor pre-petition obligations incurred in connection with the Public Purpose Programs.

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