On Jan. 2, 2013, California hit a then-record 1,235 megawatts in solar power production. Exactly a year later, it reached 3,048 MW.
Just six months ago, California’s utility-scale solar production was peaking around 2,000 megawatts; now it’s nearing 3,000 MW.
What role should renewables play in California’s long-term goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050?
California grid gurus say “clean and flexible” natural gas generation will be a key to adding 8,000 MW of new clean energy – mostly solar – by 2020.
You can call it another loan-guarantee success story: One of the world’s biggest solar PV plants is fully operational in California.
Oregon, Washington, California and British Columbia leaders come together on a climate plan – but it will need legislative backing to really make a difference.
Governors from eight states sign a mutual agreement that will put into play action steps designed to drive green vehicle growth in coming years.