The city’s often-troubled solar incentives program comes through with 22 megawatts, more than double the previous year’s installed capacity.
Natural Resources Defense Council reports on how the LADWP has adopted guiding principles for the development and implementation of its energy efficiency portfolio.
Los Angeles officials say the long term benefits of having the Endeavour in town as a tourist attraction outweigh the costs of removing the trees.
A recent polled showed that a strong majority of Los Angeles residents want to see the city’s power utility put the region’s abundant sunlight to better use.
For the fourth year in a row, Los Angeles tops the EPA’s annual list of U.S. cities with the most Energy Star certified buildings.
Los Angeles City Council has approved a feed-in tariff system which could see residents and businesses contributing up to 150 megawatts of solar energy to the city.
Natural Resources Defense Council a very appealing conceptual demonstration green project in the LA suburb of Pico Rivera, on the edge of the San Gabriel Valley.
Natural Resources Defense Council says a LAANE study shows Los Angeles needs more efficiency, more jobs, more economic and environmental benefits right in LA.
A new affordable housing community, the Crossings on 29th Street, opens in South Los Angeles with energy and water saving features and more.
A Natural Resources Defense Council staffer talks about how the car centric culture of Los Angeles might be ripe for a more fuel efficient vehicle environment.