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This Week in California Energy Markets
Updated: December 12, 2014
  • South Bay Cities Signal Strong Interest in Community Choice Aggregation ...
  • What Role Should Utilities Play in Expanding Electric Vehicle Charging Stations? ...
  • CEC Approves Millions in Funding for Utility-Scale Renewables Research ...
  • Stakeholders Weigh In on IEPR Update ...
Renewed Hope for Hydrogen Vehicles
Updated: December 11, 2014
Toyota has announced that its new hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle available in 2016, the Mirai, will have the same driving range as Tesla's Model S electric sedan, but will be much more affordable. The Mirai, with a range of 300 miles, will cost $57,500 compared to $81,000 for the Model S.
Clearing Up
This Week in Clearing Up
Updated: December 12, 2014
  • Study—Oregon Carbon Tax Would Be ‘Small Drag’ on Economy...
  • Oregon PUC OKs $44.3 Million PGE Rate-Case Settlement...
  • Bellevue OKs Study of Puget Sound Energy’s Energize Eastside Project...
  • California ISO Puts Finishing Touches on Flexible Ramping Product...
LED Lighting Offers Major Solution to Wasted Energy
Updated: December 11, 2014
I saw the light, but it's taking longer to process its implications. The light was a blue LED bulb in a banner photo for an article about its inventors winning the Nobel Prize in physics.
Western Price Survey
Weather Depresses Natural Gas Values
Updated: December 5, 2014
Forecasts calling for warmer weather across the United States and unexpected additions to natural gas storage caused gas prices to retreat below the $4 mark in the first week of December.

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