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Amped Up: Here's where you can ask questions or submit a claim about your SDG&E bill

This page contains information on ways to give your feedback to SDG&E, file a complaint with CPUC and people to contact with questions.

SAN DIEGO — When it comes to outrage over these high bills, CBS 8 is as "Amped Up" as you are and we aren't letting this go, continuing to demand answers for you, until we get them.

The following information includes ways to give your feedback to SDG&E, file a complaint with CPUC and specific people to contact with questions.

To see all of our recent coverage, go to: cbs8.com/amped

SDG&E

Feedback form
Customer service

California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)


Utility complaint
Frequently asked questions about utility complaints


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CPUC Board Members

In November, Gov. Newsom appointed Alice Busching Reynolds, 55, president of the CPUC. She makes a base salary of $228,000 and lives in Sacramento, according to public records. Her email is alice.reynolds@cpuc.ca.gov.

In February of 2021, Gov. Newsom appointed Darcie Houck, 52, to the CPUC board. She makes a $159,000 base salary and lives in Davis, California. Her email is darcie.houck@cpuc.ca.gov.

In 2019, Gov. Newsom appointed Genevieve Shiroma, 66, of Sacramento to the board.  She makes a $153,000 base salary. Her email is GSH@cpuc.ca.gov.

Gov. Governor Brown appointed Clifford Rechtschaffen, 64, to the board in 2017. He lives in Oakland, according to real estate records, and made $142,000 base salary in 2020. His email is cr6@cpuc.ca.gov.

In December, Gov. Newsom appointed John Reynolds, 38, to the CPUC board. He makes a $174,000 base salary and lives in Oakland. His email is john.reynolds@cpuc.ca.gov.

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