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California Energy Markets
This Week in California Energy Markets
Updated: July 31, 2015
  • In Split Vote, CEC Approves Carlsbad ...
  • Challenges and Opportunities Seen in Community Renewables Programs ...
  • PG&E Still Trying to Resolve San Bruno, Ex Parte Uncertainties ...
Wanted: Community Transportation Aggregators
Updated: July 15, 2015
Recently Santa Barbara funded a feasibility study for community choice aggregation, under which cities or counties can buy their own power, supplanting the incumbent utility's generation business.
Clearing Up
This Week in Clearing Up
Updated: July 31, 2015
  • Inslee Turns to Executive Action on Climate After Legislative Defeats...
  • TransAlta OKs $55M Coal Transition Funding Despite PPA Shortfall...
  • PGE, PáTu Take Dynamic Scheduling Dispute to Federal Court...
California Looks to Greener, More Electrified Energy Future
Updated: July 15, 2015
California power supply looks OK for the coming months, even in the midst of lengthy drought. But the Golden State's longer-term energy outlook resembles a San Francisco fog -- lots of gray uncertainty, but occasional clear glimpses into a future of ever-greener power and growing electrification, propelled by ambitious climate and clean-energy goals.
Western Price Survey
Weather Toys with Western Prices
Updated: July 24, 2015
Weather played with pricing trends across the West this week, as portions of California experienced a relative deluge from the remnants of a tropical storm and Oregon cooled from 90-degree-plus weather.


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