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 […]
East Bay Community Energy formally opened a new 57.5 MW wind farm in the Altamont Pass in Livermore under hot sunny, nearly breezeless skies the morning of Sept. 24. The project will be sending most of the power into the grid from about 4 PM to 10 PM.
This year’s legislature failed to pass a number of renewable and emission reduction bills, but it did pass one major measure to initiate an offshore wind industry in California. Wind energy will be essential for the state to meet its 100% clean energy mandate.
AB 525 by Assemblymembers David Chiu (D-San Francisco) and Jordan Cunningham […]
California’s groundbreaking 2016 Distributed Energy Resources Action Plan will be updated to better align rising levels of clean local renewables with ratepayer and society interests, particularly air quality, climate resiliency, and economic opportunities in disadvantaged communities, the California Public Utilities Commission announced July 23.
California’s goal to acquire massive amounts of new wind, solar, and storage won’t be reached if the transmission needed to deliver it is not built, policymakers, developers, and analysts stressed at a July 22 Joint Agency workshop.