One of California’s largest utilities releases information on the habits of its plug-in electric vehicle customers, giving interesting insights.
Greentech Media reports on how Southern California Edison and ADT Pulse will offer customers real-time smart meter data. Will customers sign up?
Greentech Media reports on a new program in Southern California that could push the smart-meter-to-home-energy-device connection into the consumer marketplace in a big new way.
Concentrating solar might be struggling, but BrightSource Energy just raised $80 million in equity investment, and won regulator approval for two (of five) power purchase deals.
With a big surge last year, California’s investor-owned utilities hit a 20 percent renewable portfolio standard target. Ultimately, they need to be at 33 percent by 2020.
Californians with two more major utilities as their power providers now have the option to opt out of smart meters if they so choose as the CPUC rules analog meters must be allowed as a choice.
For the longest time it has been playing catch-up, but New York City might at last be taking a forward role in the development of green technology.