Tackling climate change, clearing the path for more renewables and integrating new technologies into a rapidly changing electric grid are the primary hopes for California energy leaders as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris take office.
Hundreds of thousands of customers across California on Jan. 18 and 19 had their power proactively cut in response to strong Santa Ana winds and red-flag warnings issued by the National Weather Service. Read More
The California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission extended the application deadline for the Zero-Emission Drayage Truck and Infrastructure Pilot Project to Feb. 15. The entities eligible for the $44.1 million in available funding include local air districts, California-… Read More
President Joe Biden during his first few days in office set the stage for a national energy policy modeled on California's, but a question remains as to whether this will also lead to the growth of the many energy hiccups and problems facing the Golden State. Read More