California Public Utilities Commission Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • California Public Utilities Commission's estimated annual revenue is currently $750M per year.(i)
  • California Public Utilities Commission's estimated revenue per employee is $466,128

Employee Data

  • California Public Utilities Commission has 1609 Employees.(i)
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The California Public Utilities Commission is one of the most progressive and pro-active regulatory commissions in the country. The CPUC has been a leader in developing new policies and programs in the utilities industries, including electric industry restructuring, energy efficiency programs, and development of new telecommunications markets.



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California Public Utilities Commission News

2022-04-19 - Use cheaper energy rates to galvanize consumers into going electric

The Local Government Sustainable Energy Coalition wants the California Public Utilities Commission to adopt such an approach as part of...

2022-04-06 - California Public Utilities Commission Unanimously Votes to ...

SAN FRANCISCO, April 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- BuildOUT California is happy to announce that the California Public Utilities (CPUC) today, by...

2022-03-30 - CPUC New Rulemakings for VoIP, Wireless & Broadband Providers

Since the 1970s, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has been setting minimum service quality standards for certain public...

2021-09-28 - California Public Utilities president stepping down at the end of the year

California Public Utilities Commission President Marybel Batjer announced Tuesday she is resigning at the end of the year, finishing off two-plus years of sometimes tumultuous events at the regulatory agency that oversees the major power companies in the state. In a six-paragraph note to commis ...

2021-08-06 - SDG&E customers to receive bill credit of $69.20

San Diego Gas & Electric customers will see a reduction in their electricity bills in the months of August and September as the state’s annual Climate Credit kicks in. The credit, which is funded by money raised by California’s cap and trade program that requires power plants, natural gas provi ...

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