20 Jan 2017
Extending the carbon cap-and-trade program continues to be the talk of town. New bills seek to reauthorize it beyond 2020 as its legal legitimacy is the focus of an appeals court argument. Meanwhile, legislative leaders say that trading or taxing is on the table.
The president of the California Public Utilities Commission during an hour-long talk announced that customers—both business and residential—may eventually be able to choose who they buy electricity from, just like in the good old deregulation era...