Investor-owned utilities

Investor-owned utilities
  A private company that provides a utility, such as water, natural gas or electricity, to a specific service area. The investor-owned utility is regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission. In California the investor owned utilities supplying energy are:
  • Canadian Pacific National Corporation
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Pacific Power and Light Company
  • San Diego Gas & Electric
  • Sierra Pacific Power Company
  • Southern California Edison Company
  • Southern California Gas Company (The Gas Company)
  • Southwest Gas Corporation

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