Southern California Edison received the green light today from state regulators to begin a pilot project to support installation of as many as 1,500 electric vehicle charging stations within its service territory.
The Climate Action Plan calls for eliminating half of all greenhouse gas emissions in the City and aims for all electricity used in the city to be from renewable energy by 2035.
CalCharge acts as the center of gravity for the energy storage cluster, providing valuable connections to each other and to national lab resources.
The SCAQMD delivered 12 new, zero-emission, battery-electric commercial lawn mowers, at no cost, to seven government and non-profit agencies
Yesterday hundreds of Californians gathered at Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) headquarters to protest a recent proposal from the utility that would stall continued consumer solar adoption,
A new statewide poll of California registered voters’ opinions of rooftop solar power and related policies shows that 90% of Californians favor rooftop solar power as a way to generate electricity,