CPUC Approves $4.5B for SONGS Decommissioning

CPUC Approves $4.5B for SONGS Decommissioning

Utility regulators rejected cost and safety concerns raised by ratepayer and nuclear safety advocates as they approved without comment a $4.5 billion tab to decommission the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Consumer advocates' concerns did not reveal “factual, legal, or technical errors in the proposed decision,” according to the CPUC...
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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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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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Big clean energy grants and green bonds, more diesel

California utility regulator Martha Guzman Aceves will be named U.S. EPA Region 9 head. The California Energy Commission approves $730...
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State regulators direct the state’s three investor-owned utilities to bring online up to 3,000 megawatts and negawatts the next two...
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The state budget surplus allows for huge increases in spending to clean up transportation emissions, with a big focus on...
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