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Rob Nikolewski

Rob Nikolewski is the energy reporter for The San Diego Union-Tribune. A holder of master's degrees in journalism from Northwestern University and public administration from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, Nikolewski covered politics and energy in Santa Fe, New Mexico before joining the U-T staff in February 2016. Earlier in his career, Nikolewski worked as a television sports anchor in such markets as New York City, Boston, Pittsburgh and Phoenix, winning three regional Emmy awards. He lives in San Diego with his adorable golden retriever, Willow.
Preliminary NRC report finds a host of 'deficiencies' after incident at San Onofre nuclear plant

Preliminary findings by nuclear regulator cites a host of 'deficiencies' in San Onofre incident

California regulators boost fees charged when customers leave traditional utilities

The California Public Utilities Commission voted Thursday to increase the size of monthly exit fees for customers who opt to get their power from so-called community choice aggregation entities rather than traditional utilities. The increase starts next year.

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