Big Utilities Go Big on Utility Storage Deals

Big Utilities Go Big on Utility Storage Deals

Pacific Gas & Electric will install 1.6 gigawatts of large energy storage projects between August 2023 and June 2024 to help meet its share of a requirement to add 11.5 GW of new resources by mid-decade to help balance the grid. The utility announced on Jan. 24 it signed nine...
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Energy Department Backs Community Solar

Energy Department Backs Community Solar

FERC Seeks Stronger Protections for Electric and Pipeline Systems

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Energy Commission Frames R&D Decarbonization Budget

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Aliso Canyon Well Blowout Subject of Health Study

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Federal Agency Pushes Grid Operators on Increasing Distributed Energy into Markets

Federal Agency Pushes Grid Operators on Increasing Distributed Energy into Markets

Steps Forward on DOE Share of Infrastructure Bill Funding

Steps Forward on DOE Share of Infrastructure Bill Funding

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Decarbonization & Clean Energy

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State regulators require the private utilities to offer to sell renewable portfolio resources to community energy and other providers. Each aggregator and other entity will be offered a proportional share of the [...]

New Bill Expands Climate Emissions Reporting

Legislation introduced by Sen. Scott Weiner (D-San Francisco) would require large companies that do business in California to publicly disclose their onsite and offsite greenhouse gas emissions starting in 2024. It would [...]

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Reducing cyber risks, R&D decarbonization funds, escalating rooftop solar debate

Federal energy regulators focus on cybersecurity this week. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission wants standards that protect the power system...
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Doors opening for consumers supplying the energy market, CPUC president’s debut, big bucks for climate mitigation

The California Energy Commission is breaking ground with its new rulemaking to automate consumers' ability to get paid for sending...
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More fire liability for PG&E, hydro back online, Sacramento happenings

The start of 2022 brings with it new and all too familiar news. California fire investigators find Pacific Gas &...
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Pricey SCE battery project and SONGS decommissioning, solar rooftop overhaul

The California Public Utilities  Commission generates lots of controversy this week. It proposes slashing payments to rooftop owners for juice...
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