Timeline

August 2020

SSJID files its final briefs for appellate cases.
September 11, 2020

March 2020

An approved stipulation with PG&E allows court cases involving SSJID's campaign to advance before the appellate court.
September 11, 2020

November 2019

Nevada Irrigation District, serving Nevada and Placer Counties, offers $300 million for PG&E’s assets within its service area.
February 20, 2020

October 2019

Valley Clean Energy, a community choice aggregator serving Yolo County, offers $300 million for PG&E’s assets
February 20, 2020

September 2019

San Francisco offers $2.5 billion for PG&E’s assets in that city
February 20, 2020

September 2019

SSJID renews its $116 million offer for PG&E’s assets needed to provide power to Manteca, Ripon and Escalon
February 20, 2020

January 2019

PG&E declares bankruptcy, saying it has $35 billion in liability for two deadly wildfires in California
February 20, 2020

January 2018

San Joaquin Superior Court judge dismisses SSJID’s eminent domain claim to acquire PG&E’s property; SSJID appeals
February 20, 2020

July 2016

SSJID files eminent domain suit to buy PG&E distribution assets
February 20, 2020

June 2016

SSJID sends PG&E a formal offer to buy PG&E distribution assets
February 20, 2020

May 2016

SSJID sends PG&E a formal offer to buy PG&E distribution assets
February 20, 2020

January 2016

Manteca, Escalon and Ripon city councils endorse SSJID’s offer to become their power provider yet again
February 20, 2020

February 2015

PG&E sues to challenge LAFCo Decision
February 20, 2020

January 2014

LAFCo approves SSJID’s proposal to become power provider to Manteca, Ripon and Escalon
February 20, 2020

January 2011

LAFCo releases report saying SSJID can afford to lower power rates by at least 15% compared to PG&E
February 20, 2020

March 2010

Manteca, Escalon and Ripon city councils again endorse SSJID’s offer to become their power provider
February 20, 2020

July 2009

Two studies value PG&E’s infrastructure in south San Joaquin County at between $48 million and $65 million; PG&E claims it’s worth $450 million
February 20, 2020

May 2009

SSJID applies again to LAFCo to replace PG&E as the power provider to Manteca, Ripon and Escalon
February 20, 2020

June 2007

PG&E pays SSJID $404,161 in damages after a PG&E contractor hacked into SSJID’s network
February 20, 2020

May 2006

SSJID sues LAFCo claiming, in part, that LAFCo did not have jurisdiction over the question of SSJID’s addition of electric utility service
February 20, 2020

March 2006

San Joaquin County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) denies SSJID’s first application to replace PG&E as the power provider to Manteca, Ripon and Escalon
February 20, 2020