California regulators approve a power-tower solar plant with energy storage, saying the ability to produce power on demand justifies its high price.
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Taking ironic inspiration from the ocean, a Korean firm uses a sushi-like design to wrap a home environment in a passive, protective shroud to shield against the desert sun.
The Navy has a new 13.78 megawatt solar power plant in the high desert of California – the service’s biggest solar project yet.
No, when California went over 1 gigawatt in utility solar production, the peak didn’t come between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., when demand was at its highest.
Passing 1 GW in utility-scale solar both shows how far California has come and how far it has to go in meeting its renewable energy goals.
A new report out from the California Fuel Cell Partnership suggests more fuel cell fueling stations will be necessary to support plans for 2015 FCEV roll outs.
Community solar legislation dies in the California State Legislature, and proponents blame utilities and their “high paid lobbyists.”
The total value of third-party-owned solar install contracts in California has cracked $1 billion, according to the PV Solar Report.
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.
California high speed rail passes a major hurdle via approved funding for the first segment, but many challenges still loom.
A unanimous vote by the California Public Utilities Commission means twice as many consumers will be paid for excess power sent back to the grid.
California regulators say a settlement with NRG Energy will bring electric vehicle charging infrastructure to low- and moderate-income residents.
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.
Ernst & Young has China still on top in the quarterly Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index, while California leads in a new state-by-state ranking.