Hudson Sangree

CAISO / West Correspondent


Hudson is a former reporter at The Sacramento Bee, where he covered real estate and other business topics, as well as courts, local government and breaking news. Previously he was a staff writer at the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals, the nation’s largest legal dailies, where he wrote about California’s energy crisis in the early 2000s. He holds a journalism degree from Stanford University and a J.D. from the Northeastern University School of Law in Boston. He has successfully avoided becoming an attorney for the last 20 years by working as a journalist. He lives in Sacramento with his wife and son.


Most Recent News

May 28, 2020
The CPUC unanimously approved PG&E’s reorganization plan but warned it will now be able to end the utility’s monopoly should it fail to ensure public safety. | © RTO Insider
May 27, 2020
A three-day trial that could conclude the bankruptcy of PG&E began via videoconference, with Judge Dennis Montali presiding from his home.
May 25, 2020
Proceedings to conclude PG&E Corp.’s Chapter 11 reorganization will likely happen via video later this month, Judge Dennis Montali said.
May 21, 2020
The CPUC unexpectedly postponed its planned vote Thursday on PG&E’s bankruptcy reorganization plan because a party to the proceedings improperly sent out a mass email earlier in the week. | © RTO Insider
May 18, 2020
FERC rejected Public Service Company of Colorado’s proposed changes to its large generator interconnection procedures.
May 11, 2020
Backers of manufactured methane say it could replace natural gas and help California meet its goal of 100% carbon neutrality by midcentury. | Calpine
May 7, 2020
The California PUC approved a settlement with PG&E that imposes penalties of more than $1.9 billion for safety and maintenance lapses that led to massive wildfires. | © RTO Insider
May 6, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has curtailed demand for electricity and made it challenging for new entities to go live with the Western EIM, but two recent activations went well despite the awkward timing. | © RTO Insider
April 28, 2020
The Northwest Power Pool held a webinar on efforts to create a resource adequacy program in the West, discussing potential FERC oversight and the need to hire professionals to develop and manage the program. | NWPP
April 21, 2020
The Northwest Power Pool is planning a resource adequacy program to ensure sufficient capacity at a time of increasing retirements and shifts toward renewable energy in the West. | Spokane, Wash.