Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's 2023 scorecard for utilities revealed that many utilities are not prioritizing energy efficiency as they focus on decarbonization and resiliency.
CAISO’s Western Energy Imbalance Market yielded members $418.82 million in economic benefits during the first three months of 2023, a first-quarter record.
Commenters disagreed over FERC’s proposed transmission planning rules, sparring over its 20-year planning horizon and reinstatement of the federal ROFR.
Hydrogen will be as important as electrification in achieving a cost-effective clean energy mix, NARUC panelists said.
The Bonneville Power Administration is on target to enter the Western EIM in early May after executives made a final determination on its market readiness.
A CAISO market report says high natural gas prices drove a 50% run-up in electricity costs in Q4 2021, hitting the Western Energy Imbalance Market as well.
A bill in the Washington State Legislature aims to boost the state’s prospects for landing one of four national hydrogen hubs being funded under the IIJA.
SoCalGas proposed what could be the largest green hydrogen infrastructure in the nation, with pipelines moving hydrogen from desert solar farms to Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is betting big on generating electricity with green hydrogen out of sheer necessity, its top official said.
The widespread adoption of green hydrogen will depend on construction of “ecosystems” that span sectors and geographic boundaries, industry supporters say.
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