Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC)
A 60 MWh long-duration storage project using vanadium flow and zinc hybrid cathode batteries received a $31 million grant from the California Energy Commission.
The California Energy Commission approved a $1.4 billion spending plan for zero-emission vehicles and re-upped funding for clean-energy projects.
The California Energy Commission is funding battery recycling efforts to deal with the anticipated need to dispose of 60,000 metric tons by 2048.
Some California lawmakers want the woody biomass from forest thinning efforts to be used for electricity generation.
Stakeholders discussed the proliferation of electric vehicles and forest management at the California Energy Commission's EPIC Symposium.
California’s port infrastructure will pose a key obstacle to the development of floating offshore wind projects along the state’s coastline.
The California PUC greenlit a major expansion of the state's EV charging program and approved contracts signed by investor-owned utilities to procure 1.2 GW of battery storage.
The California Energy Commission approved $22M in grants to fund long-term energy storage projects and another $6M to test using repurposed EV batteries.
The California Energy Commission is funding pilot programs for energy storage systems that go well beyond lithium-ion batteries, the summit heard.
Nearly 600 people crowded into this year's California Energy Commission EPIC Symposium, doubling attendance from last year.
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