electricity prices

CAISO participant optimises energy business with new webtracker solution

Guzman Energy has selected OATI to improve its energy services and core business.
California wildfires, satellite

PG&E now using satellite to monitor wildfires

PG&E has deployed its satellite fire detection and alerting system to monitor and fight against California wildfires.

Ed’s note: climate change – is the house on fire?

Drought, polar vortices, storms of unprecedented ferocity, flooding - you name it and in one part or another of the globe, it...
grid modernisation, Washington DC, Recipient of the LEED for cities Platinum award

DC passes Bill to move to 100% renewable energy

If we’ve learned something from the Trump administration in recent times, it’s that renewable energy and climate change doesn’t exactly top the...
Mojo Power

Itron in California ‘Smart Home Study’

Itron has been selected by the California Energy Commission to provide its load management technology for the 'Smart Home Study'. Itron is partnering with Alternative...
PG&E wildfires

New whitepaper intensifies wildfire and hurricane preparations

Southern California Gas has released a new study to help utilities and communities better prepare for disasters including wildfires and hurricanes. The study was conducted...

PG&E supports wildfire crews with on-site base camp

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) continues to respond to the devastating Camp Fire in Butte County. PG&E crews are currently focused on supporting first...
energy auction

California signs deal for largest solar-plus-storage project

Recurrent Energy LLC has signed two 15-year power purchase agreements with Silicon Valley Clean Energy and Monterey Bay Community Power
fires, Stanford

Southern California Edison admits infrastructure caused Liberty Fire

Southern California Edison has issued a statement in response to a press release issued by the Riverside County Fire Department in cooperation with the...
fossil fuel

New bill could see California free of fossil fuels by 2045

Legislation has been cleared by the Californian Assembly that could see the region adopt ambitious clean energy goals, ending its reliance on fossil fuels by phasing out their use to generate electricity by 2045.

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