California’s Burgeoning Solar Projects

The state of California leads the United States in the production of electricity from solar power. In 2017, solar photovoltaic…

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California Communities Going Green

In 2018, community choice aggregators (CCAs) in the state of California have signed long-term contracts with new renewable energy project…

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California Is Abandoning Fossil Fuels

The population of California is currently estimated to be 39.78 million people. In July 2018, the power plants used fossil…

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California’s Slow Move Toward Offshore Wind Farms

Winds offshore are typically stronger and more consistent than wind onshore. Stronger winds generate more power on a wind turbine.…

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California Going Green By 2045

The state of California currently has a population of approximately 39.78 million people. The power plants use renewable energy (53.2%),…

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Sempra Selling Solar and Wind Assets

Sempra Energy is a holding company, headquartered in San Diego, California. The company’s principal operating units are Sempra Utilities, which…

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Michigan Installing EV Charging Stations

Michigan’s two largest utilities, DTE Energy and Consumers Energy are developing a program to incentivize electric vehicle (EV) to charge…

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Toyota Electric Trucks

Toyota Motor Corporation has recently unveiled the latest model of the hydrogen fuel cell, electric Class 8 truck. The new…

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Hoover Dam Hydroelectric Upgrades

The Hoover Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam, located on the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona. The dam commenced…

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Renewable Energy Fight In Arizona

The NextGen Climate Action Committee is seeking to place an environmental initiative before the Arizona electorate. The proposed initiative would…

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