Probe Reveals More CPUC-PG&E Contacts on Pipeline Blast November 27, 2017By Jason FordneyCalifornia ethics officials have obtained new evidence of apparent back-channel communications between PG&E and the state Public Utilities Commission. Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know?Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic:Besieged CPUC Denies SDG&E Wildfire RecoveryUtilities are at the epicenter of public battles between the California Public Utilities Commission and its critics over wildfires, public safety and ethics. | © RTO InsiderFormer CPUC Member Fined for Lobbying ViolationsA former California utilities regulator and political insider has been fined after state investigators determined that she failed to register as a lobbyist. | California FPPCCPUC Contests ISO Incentive for PG&EThe California Public Utilities Commission is protesting FERC’s decision to allow Pacific Gas and Electric to include a 50-basis-point ISO participation adder in its 2017 transmission rates proposal.