SDG&E urges emergency measures to help deregulation crisis

“Despite the cooler weather and lower statewide demand we recently have been experiencing, the high wholesale electric prices our customers endured this summer are not subsiding,” said Edwin A. Guiles, chairman of SDG&E. “We need federal regulators to take swift and immediate action in addressing the fundamental structural defects in California’s deregulated marketplace that have contributed to electricity prices that we believe are neither just nor reasonable.”

By DEBORAH CIRCELLI, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

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