Just six months ago, California’s utility-scale solar production was peaking around 2,000 megawatts; now it’s nearing 3,000 MW.
What role should renewables play in California’s long-term goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050?
California grid gurus say “clean and flexible” natural gas generation will be a key to adding 8,000 MW of new clean energy – mostly solar – by 2020.
You can call it another loan-guarantee success story: One of the world’s biggest solar PV plants is fully operational in California.
Oregon, Washington, California and British Columbia leaders come together on a climate plan – but it will need legislative backing to really make a difference.
Governors from eight states sign a mutual agreement that will put into play action steps designed to drive green vehicle growth in coming years.
To help spur technology development and ultimately ease more renewables on the grid, California is requiring utilities to add big new energy storage capacity.
The building generates more than enough electricity to meet its needs during the first full year of occupancy.
There’s no debate that electricity prices are going up in California, but it would be misleading and inaccurate to blame rate hikes primarily on the state’s RPS.
California is using more and more renewable energy and what do you know, the lights are still on.