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State asked to remove costs relating to shutdown of San Onofre nuclear station from consumers' electric bills


Last updated 6/25/2013 at Noon

SAN DIEGO - A consumer advocate division of the California Public Utilities Commission filed a motion today, June 25 encouraging the state to remove costs related to the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station from consumers' electricity bills.

The Division of Ratepayer Advocates, the independent consumer advocate of the commission, wants the state to direct Rosemead-based Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric Co. to stop charging consumers for San Onofre-related costs, except for essential safety and security expenses, according to Christopher Chow, a spokesman f...

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