Utility as in electric utility, not software application.
The San Francisco-based site describes itself as “a dialogue on the next century of energy,” and includes posts and links on clean energy, green energy, carbon dioxide, China’s emissions. It’s a new site, so more to come, and it IS a dialogue, since there’s a comments section.
California is a very tough business environment generally, and policymakers at every level in the state make life very difficult for energy producers to meet the market’s demand. It makes sense to have a website devoted to public outreach on the issues, so good for PG&E.
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