As Jerry Brown is sworn in as California’s new governor today, renewable energy advocates should feel good about the future and prospects for continued progress in 2011. Outgoing Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was certainly a big supporter of clean energy, but … Continue reading
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As if the world needed further evidence of California’s environmental exceptionalism, the state is being closely watched as the proving ground for the next technological surge in the battle for clean air: The electrification of personal transportation. Thanks to investments … Continue reading
* EPA regs could cost power sector $80 billion * Retirements depend on gas prices, severity of rules * Regulated utilities and coal generators may benefit NEW YORK, Dec 13 (Reuters) – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations could cost the … Continue reading
To Baron Rothschild is attributed the market player’s golden rule that “the time to buy is when blood is running in the streets”, which goes far to explain why so many major oil companies have been buying up smaller shale … Continue reading
The idea of relying more on distributed generation sources located at the point of power consumption is an idea that to most people is mainly associated with solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies, particularly in California, home of more than 60% of … Continue reading