PG&E Co. cautions California PUC about voltage reduction conservation program

“Pacific Gas and Electric Company has helped pioneer research in the area of energy conservation through voltage reduction, and continues to do so. In the early 1980s, the company worked with regulators, engineers, scientists, and other utilities, to determine the safest and most reliable levels of voltage delivery that can be achieved in real-world conditions.

ALLENTOWN, Pa., July 13, 2001 – PPL Corporation took a major step toward the completion of its “first of its kind” strategic initiative, announced in April, with two important approvals by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) on Friday.

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