After two high-profile rooftop solar regulatory decisions in Hawaii and Nevada, utilities and renewable energy advocates turned their sights on California, the nation’s leading solar market.
California has been a
SAN FRANCISCO — California utility regulators approved payments for excess rooftop solar generation yesterday but warned that solar customers are getting more than their share of benefits compared to other
California’s pioneering role in nuclear power started in 1957, when Southern California Edison powered up the nation’s first civilian commercial nuclear plant at Santa Susana to provide electricity to the
State Attorney General Kamala Harris’ office is considering criminal charges against Michael Peevey, former president of the California Public Utilities Commission, for his private meeting with a Southern California Edison
California regulators have turned down a $654 million proposal to build 25,100 electric-vehicle charging stations in Pacific Gas & Electric territory, citing the need to hold several hearings before approving