Russ Garwacki

Southern California Edison

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Director of pricing design and research at Southern California Edison

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Fifteen years ago, California had an energy crisis, and state regulators effectively froze prices for consumers who used the least amount of electricity.

Your Electric Bill May Go Up, Even if You're Conserving Power

Fifteen years ago, California had an energy crisis, and state regulators effectively froze prices for consumers who used the least amount of electricity.

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