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East Bay Community Choice Aiming for Top Green Customer Ranking

Next year, East Bay Community Energy expects to have the second highest number of customers in the nation served with 100% solar and wind power, it announced a week after the Global Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland.

Seven of 14 Bay Area cities served by the community energy provider will power their municipal loads and […]

November 23, 2021|

PG&E Hit with Another Safety Violation Fine

The California Public Utilities Commission slapped a $7.5 million fine on Pacific Gas & Electric for failing to conduct much needed repairs on transmission lines and distribution poles.

The penalty includes a $5 million citation for not completing more than 20 identified “high priority repairs,” and inadequate inspections over a decade of the Ignacio-Alto-Sausalito transmission […]

November 23, 2021|

The Buzz

The state budget surplus allows for huge increases in spending to clean up transportation emissions, with a big focus on the large vehicle market to reduce the high levels of pollution in communities of color. The California Air Resources Board is expected to approve a $2.3 billion budget.  The California Energy Commission okays […]

November 18, 2021|

Delays in Public Ability to Review Renewable Contract & Bids Shortened 

It’s been nearly two decades since California first ordered utilities to enter into long-term contracts for renewable contracts and simultaneously cloaked the terms of those agreements in secrecy for up to a decade. That’s despite the fact that ratepayers pay for these agreements.

The California Public Utilities Commission on Nov.18 voted to expose the contracts […]

November 18, 2021|
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