The autoworkers, cheered by a large crowd of labor supporters, turned toward the UAW Local 598 union hall down the street to pick up picket signs. They lined street that snakes around the plant that builds the popular Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups.
By approving AB 5, the California legislature solidified our state’s position as the national leader on workplace rights, setting the standard for the rest of the country to follow.
“There’s a lot of emphasis by solar companies on getting that installation but insufficient emphasis on making sure that the system is rigorously operated and maintained,” said Joe Osha, an equity analyst at JMP Securities, a San Francisco investment-banking firm, who wasn’t speaking specifically about Tesla. “These are not install-and-forget assets.”
Two judges will oversee separate court fights that will decide how much the California utility owes wildfire victims, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali said in court Aug. 27.
Sonoma Clean Power’s local purchases could soon total 56 megawatts of energy. But this year Sonoma Clean Power needs about 350 megawatts on an average day, with an occasional peak of up to 570. Local production is far from filling local needs.
The 16 million people served by Pacific Gas and Electric Co. will not pay more money as a direct result of the utility’s plan to resolve its bankruptcy case, company leaders say.
The controversy over SolarCity, which has dovetailed with questions about Musk’s mountain of debt and profit shortfalls, offers a window into the mindset of America’s most outlandish CEO.
PG&E bondholders seeking to get a deal on the company’s stock are raising concerns about the CEO’s pay structure, warning Bill Johnson could earn up to $110 million if the company’s share prices return to their 2017 peak.
Two contractors died Monday morning after being electrocuted while working on power lines in Orange County, New York.
Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali on Friday rejected motions to terminate Pacific Gas & Electric’s (PG&E) period of exclusivity, meaning the utility’s plan of reorganization will be considered ahead of creditors’ competing proposals. Separately, Montali ruled victims of the 2017 Tubbs fire will be allowed to sue PG&E, despite a determination by the California Department of… [Read More]