To help spur technology development and ultimately ease more renewables on the grid, California is requiring utilities to add big new energy storage capacity.
The building generates more than enough electricity to meet its needs during the first full year of occupancy.
There’s no debate that electricity prices are going up in California, but it would be misleading and inaccurate to blame rate hikes primarily on the state’s RPS.
California is using more and more renewable energy and what do you know, the lights are still on.
California’s private sector lines up in mass in a partnership with the state to promote the mass adoption and usage of electric vehicles.
The California Legislature just voted to establish a $162 million annual clean energy research, development, and demonstration program.
Community solar wins big in California, and a complicated but apparently positive net metering legislation also goes to the governor.