PBS’s Frontline to air television investigation of California energy crisis

Through interviews with utility executives, industry insiders, and state and federal officials, the one-hour documentary examines how profits of both power companies and energy-trading giants have soared amid a deregulation process that has produced blackouts and rate hikes for consumers. The program also explores why the federal government refused for months to intervene in the California crisis, as well as the rationale for dismantling the old system of utility regulation.

SAN DIEGO and CHICAGO, May 25, 2001 — Electric City’s EnergySaverâ„- technology, which helps companies reduce energy consumed for lighting, was featured in the San Diego Business Journal’s May 23rd edition as an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective solution to help ease California’s energy crisis.

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