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Sharing a portion of transmission investment and its returns can turn combative relationships with communities that host infrastructure into collaborative partnerships, speakers said on an AEU webinar.
Western regulators heard from a power panel of CEOs on maintaining grid reliability in the face of fires, storms, extreme heat and supply chain disruptions.
A study done for the California Public Utilities Commission found the state needs $50 billion in distribution system upgrades to meet its electrification goals.
A relatively new state agency works to transform utility wildfire safety culture by shifting away from penalties and enforcement to a learning-based approach.
The CPUC approved funding and rules for its Microgrid Incentive Program, which helps build standalone power systems for communities vulnerable to outages.
The California Public Utilities Commission launched an investigation into extremely high natural gas prices in California and the West this winter.
A California incentive program may have helped boost the rate of solar installation in new homes in the state to 40% in 2019, a Berkeley Lab study found.
A study co-authored by CAISO Governor Severin Borenstein found that big add-ons to electric bills discourage the adoption of electric vehicles and heat pumps.
The University of California in Los Angeles and San Diego are pursuing projects to demonstrate the effects of mixing up to 20% hydrogen with natural gas.
The CPUC extended its deadline to rewrite the state's net energy metering tariff as utilities and rooftop solar owners argued the new IRA supports their sides.
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