The Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC) charge has recently appeared as a line item on BWP customer bills, leaving many customers wondering if it is driving up their electric bills
These are turbulent times for the Burbank Unified School District and a national search for the next Superintendent should be a priority
Yes, SB-35 is bad for the Rancho and residents should be upset, but their tactics need to change instead of yelling at local officials
Someone makes a flyer and hundreds of people get riled up although there is no truth basis behind the flyer
During the 2021-22 fiscal year, BWP invested more than $1.4 million toward energy and water efficiency programs for its residents and businesses
What the writers are striking for has much more reaching consequences that we should all be concerned about for years to come.
An expert explains: As a not-for-profit utility, we ensure that customers are protected from rate shock due to energy and natural gas price increases.
Learn how changes in energy prices are contributing to the 8.5% (Fiscal Year 23/24) and 8% (Fiscal Year 24/25) increase in electric rates.
"While everybody supports finding more ways to be sustainable, sometimes we get a little zealous in our implementation"
"One of the facts that surprises people when I talk about our water supply is that Burbank has no water rights."