December 1, 2023

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E)

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California Man Arraigned for Substation Bomb Attacks
Peter Karasev pleaded not guilty in federal court to charges of damaging power substations.
California Energy Commission
California PUC Partners with State Workforce Agency to Advance Green Jobs
The two agencies are working together to create clean energy jobs and build pathways into the middle class in disadvantaged communities.
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FERC Rejects PG&E Standard Interconnection Agreement
FERC rejected PG&E's proposed transmission-to-transmission interconnection agreement, which generated strong opposition.
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FERC Approves PG&E’s Proposal to Spin off Generation
FERC approves Pacific Gas and Electric’s transaction to spin off its non-nuclear generation — more than 5,000 MW — to new subsidiary Pacific Generation.
A Look at How Some Utilities are Planning to Use Hydrogen
In light of Biden administration decarbonization objectives, Hawaii Gas executive notes in webinar that fuel production byproduct has been providing hydrogen for sale to consumers for decades.
DOE Awards $26M to Clean Energy Technology Projects
The Department of Energy says it will fund eight projects to demonstrate how solar, wind, storage and other clean energy resources can support the grid.
PG&E Looks to Cut Costs of Undergrounding Lines
Pacific Gas and Electric said burying power lines more shallowly would trim the costs of its $25 billion plan to underground 10,000 miles to prevent wildfires.
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Calif. Agency Seeks to Transform Wildfire Safety Culture
A relatively new state agency works to transform utility wildfire safety culture by shifting away from penalties and enforcement to a learning-based approach.
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California PUC Approves Microgrid Incentive Package
The CPUC approved funding and rules for its Microgrid Incentive Program, which helps build standalone power systems for communities vulnerable to outages.
California Energy Commission Explores Complexity of Vehicle-to-grid Connections
Interest is growing in bidirectional charging from vehicle batteries, but utilities and homeowners have different perspectives on the technology.

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