Break Up PG&E, Don't Bail it Out

 

State Senator Scott Wiener (CA District 11)

Sacramento Office(916) 651-4011

SF Office(415) 557-1300

 

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State Assemblyman David Chiu (CA Assembly District 17)

Sacramento Office(916) 319-2017

SF Office(415) 557-3013

State Assemblyman Phil Ting (CA Assembly District 19)

Sacramento Office(916) 319-2019

SF Office(415) 557-2312

 

California Public Utilities Commission

SF Office: (415) 703-2782

http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/contactus/


Michael Picker, CPUC President

MP6@cpuc.ca.gov

(415) 703-2444

Clifford Rechtschaffen, CPUC Commissioner

Chief of Staff: Sean A. Simon
Office: 415-703-3791
Mobile: 415-214-0125
Email: Sean.Simon@cpuc.ca.gov


Martha Guzman Aceves, CPUC Commissioner

Advisor’s Assistant: Lolita Hajian
Email:  Lolita.Hajian@cpuc.ca.gov
Phone: 415-703-2240


Liane Randolph, CPUC Commissioner

Administrative Support: Mark Smith
Email: Mark.Smith@cpuc.ca.gov
Phone: 415-696-7304

 

My name is __________. I am a constituent, and my zip code is _______. I am a member of Indivisible SF.

I’m calling to urge the [Senator or Assemblymember] to not bail out PG&E, and instead break up the utility giant. Utilities should be run for public good, not for profit. Please work with State Senator Jerry Hill on looking into breaking up PG&E. Thank you.


Background

PG&E has failed to keep the residents of Northern California safe — from the San Bruno gas explosion to last year’s North Bay fire to the ongoing Camp Fire — all because they prioritize shareholder’s profit margins over public safety. PG&E has failed to maintain their equipment, resulting in hundreds of lives lost and homes destroyed. They should not be rewarded for making poor decisions over and over again by receiving a bailout.