Supporters of the Clean Power Alliance say it will put an end to Southern California Edison’s electricity monopoly. But critics say the fact that residents are automatically enrolled in CPA—as opposed to being asked to sign up—makes it feel like something else altogether.
“If this were a legitimate proposition it would allow Edison customers to opt in voluntarily, rather than the mandatory ‘you’re in’ with the opt-out provision,” Jere Robings, former longtime head of the Ventura County T...
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