Lawsuits Under Development Against PG&E and Peninsula
Clean Energy for Scamming Consumers
sent out a series of “buried notices” to consumers over the
last number of years. The notices look like boilerplate PG&E
bills or marketing forms, which science has proven are not
identifiable to consumers.
works like this:
An insider group of politicians and their financiers agree to buy
stock in solar panel and other “Clean-yet-corrupt” companies.
PG&E switches consumers to “clean energy electric generation
charges” without the consumers actual knowledge.
PG&E then begins charging hundreds of thousands of consumers
30% extra for electricity because PG&E covertly “opted-them”
into the clean kickback program.
When caught, PG&E refuses to credit the years of over-billings
back to consumers and the insider group of politicians refuse to
laws to help the consumers.
the dirtiest part of the “clean energy electric generation
charges” scam? The insider group of politicians own the very
companies that PG&E is giving the 30% over-charge money to.
consumer’s try to cancel thus scam charge then PG&E bills
them extra for canceling the thing that most consumers would never
sign up for if they knew the truth about it.
words: Your local utility company forces you to pay cash,
covertly routed through PG&E, to corrupt politicians and you can
never get a refund for the corrupt thing you never knowingly opted
at PG&E (The guys who regularly blow up and burn down
cities, pay bribes, shoot tons of toxic methane into the air and run
scams) say “Oh, we sent everybody a letter telling them we were
going to put them on this scam”, but 90% of all consumers say
they never saw a letter and that nobody ever asked, offered or
indicated that such a program was an “opt-in” option.
San Francisco Bay Area a charge has been appearing on PG&E
bills as: “PENINSULA CLEAN ENERGY Electric Generation Charges”.
This add-on can add 30 to 40% to consumer's bills.
that the tree-hugging Californians won’t question a
mysterious charge that has the facade phrase “CLEAN ENERGY” in
it. They believe that nobody would dare question such a benevolent
and altruistic sounding thing.
worked for awhile, until it didn’t.
companies that are providing this so called “Clean
dirty crony payola kick-back companies owned by PG&E
corrupt California Senators and their toxic campaign
Let;s take a look at one of over 30 corrupt companies
this scam. These are companies you have heard of like
First Solar, Solyndra, etc. In one of hundreds of
Solar makes solar panels with a horrific unsuitability
Hot Climates. After
by their PR Director,
more heartache was in store for the company.
class action lawsuit was filed against First Solar by Pomerantz
Haudek Grossman & Gross in the US District Court for the
of Arizona. The complaint states that First Solar violated the
Securities Exchange Act of 1934 by not disclosing the full
certain manufacturing flaws on its earnings, that it improperly
recognized revenue for certain products in its systems business,
it lacked sufficient internal and financial controls and,
that as a result, First Solar’s statement were materially false
misleading at all relevant times.
complaint claims that First Solar reported a decrease of US$345
million in net sales for the quarter that ended December 31,
and a US$164 million charge for warranty payments to replace
equipment that cause premature power loss in certain panels. The
plaintiff is looking to recover damages on behalf of all First
shareholders who purchased common stock during the Class Period
is the nature of class action cases other law firms have come
forward, citing similar claims, including a national securities
firm, Faruqi & Faruqi, law firm, Howard G. Smith and
Solar Shareholders are being given the opportunity to seek legal
counsel from several firms after a class action lawsuit was
the US District Court for the District of Arizona last week.
12-cv-00555, alleges that between April 30, 2008 and February
2012, potential securities fraud and an over-concentration of
in First Solar stock led to investment losses.
arbitration law firm, Klayman & Toskes, noted that trading
over US$300 per share in July 2008 and is now only trading at
US$30 per share, an almost 90% decline. Harwood Feffer, LLP,
pointed out that on February 29, First Solar revealed its
results for Q4 and the full year 2011, reporting a
quarter-over-quarter drop of US$345 million in net sales,
due to the timing of revenue recognition in our systems business
lower for module-only sales.”
Solar also advised that it had incurred a charge of US$164
for warranty payments to replace defective equipment, including
reserve of US$37.5 million to cover future claims.
is the typical kind of scam that PG&E promotes and forces
consumers to get caught up in. Every consumer should be speaking
class-action law firm to sue PG&E for fraud and to demand
the U.S. Government sue PG&E for fraud and for refunds to
consumers for these criminal utility bill surcharge scams.