California Regulators see signs of a new energy crisis – can they prevent it?

California’s regulators see a disruption coming that may not be exactly like the 2000-2001 energy crisis, but could have bigger, wider impacts.

The customer choice movement has added dozens of new power providers into the mix. Their inexperience and uncertain place in the regulatory scheme threatens the ability of regulators and policymakers to keep the state’s focus on growing clean energy and cutting emissions. Some say it even threatens the state power system’s reliability and affordability.

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