Hats off to writer April Worley for her excellent article about how PG&E controls energy and gets richer (“PG&E pushes vote to limit public power,” Sept. 10). Lompoc is trying to get wind energy—a great alternative.
We must move toward renewable energy sources (like Lompoc is) and get away from fossil and nuclear fuels. It is difficult to figure out what to call what PG&E is pushing. PG&E doesn't want to "protect taxpayers": They want to rip them off and get richer. I'm so glad at least three SLO County supervisors can see through what PG&E is trying to do.