Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
Last September, California residents helped the state avert rolling blackouts by acting on an emergency text. What does that mean for RA planning?
After three weeks of torrential rains from a series of atmospheric river storms, California is starting to dry out with replenished reservoirs and snowpack.
NERC, WECC and the California Mobility Center agreed to form a working group to examine the reliability risks of EV charging loads on the bulk power system.
A California Energy Commission workshop examined the potential for cloud seeding to increase precipitation and hydropower in the drought-stricken state.
For one clean-tech startup, participating in a utility-related accelerator program provides an opportunity to get feedback from its target customers.
California utilities are finding ways to overcome the financial barriers to electrifying residences as the state pursues its net zero goals.
CAISO’s Western EIM notched another milestone as it welcomed the country’s largest municipal utility and extended its border to include much of New Mexico.
FERC approved a penalty assessed by WECC against Southern California Edison and a penalty by Texas RE against Oncor for violations of NERC standards.
Amid another heat wave and raging wildfires, CAISO called for massive conservation efforts and aid from neighboring utilities.
California's Energy Commission tried to electrify buildings and improve appliance efficiency by approving electrification and green energy ordinances.
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