PG&E is the largest U.S. utility.
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Customers, cities and investors are all eager for a piece of PG&E, but it isn't the only US utility that may have new owners soon.
South Africa’s energy regulator failed to assure a stable pricing path for electricity and is partly to blame for energy provider Eskom’s troubles.
South Africa's independent regulators have failed. Instead of introducing new ones, alternatives need to be found.
In a power outage, some lights are on, but others are not.
Electric utilities have a right to make money on their government-granted monopolies, but customers also have a right to know what cyber-protections they would get if they paid more.
There’s no painless way for South Africans to deal with the power utility crisis.
There's no easy way for Eskom to claw its way out of the crisis it's in.
Is change finally on the horizon for South Africa’s power utility?
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South Africa's president has committed to structural reforms in the energy sector.
Imagine if you could get your utility bills from one provider.
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One way to cut your household bills could be to deal with just one company for all your utility needs. With today's technology, it's an idea that's not so far fetched as it sounds.
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe addressing the media.
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A closer look at the supposed successes of Brian Molefe at South Africa’s power utility, Eskom, shows that they are not what they have been made out to be. They are paper thin.