Governor’s Energy Advisor is New CPUC President

Governor’s Energy Advisor is New CPUC President

Marybel Batjer, outgoing California Public Utilities Commission president, is being replaced Dec. 31 by Alice Reynolds, who is the Senior Advisor to the Governor for Energy. She was rumored to be the pick for months.
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Report Points to Bureaucratic, Legal and Supply Chain Obstacles to Clean Grid

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Federal Infrastructure Bills Would Drive Transportation Electrification

Federal Infrastructure Bills Would Drive Transportation Electrification

Edison Warns California Won’t Make its Greenhouse Gas Limits

Edison Warns California Won’t Make its Greenhouse Gas Limits

Future Brightens for the Salton Sea’s Lithium Valley 

Future Brightens for the Salton Sea’s Lithium Valley 

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Decarbonization & Clean Energy

Undercurrents: Marin Clean Energy Expands

Two additional cities joined Marin Clean Energy Nov. 25. Vallejo and Pleasant Hill together will add 64,000 electric service accounts and 150,000 residents to Marin Clean Energy’s service territory, which now incorporates [...]

Newsom Acts on Last Round of Energy Bills

California may soon have smart appliances that can be automatically turned off and on by energy companies to match their electricity use with power availability and price under a bill signed into [...]

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The California Public Utilities Commission votes to increase PG&E’s gas transmission and storage revenue this year to $1.3 billion, with even bigger raises the next couple of years. State energy regulators direct [...]

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A newly amended bill that would make PG&E greener financially at ratepayers’ expense is floated. But, it may be headed for a crash landing. Another legislative action, one seeking a Constitutional Amendment, [...]

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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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The Klamath River dam removals are getting closer to reality with the upcoming release of federal regulators' requisite environmental analysis...
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Aliso Canyon storage increased, PG&E and SCE earnings nosedive…

California is trying to move away from fossil fuels but struggles with reliability challenges. Regulators raise the amount of natural...
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It’s big news for large and small battery storage this week. Southern California Edison announces it is buying 537 MW...
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