November 30, 2023

Southern California Edison (SCE)

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West-Wide Governance Pathway Group Digs into its Work
The committee tasked with laying the groundwork for an independent Western RTO is confronting a complex set of challenges on an ambitious timeline.
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Mixed Views on CAISO Interconnection Process Proposal

CAISO stakeholders have voiced various concerns about an ISO straw proposal to revamp its interconnection process, with some cautioning about an overly rapid timeline.

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CREPC-WIRAB Conference Tackles Western Market Developments
Many at the joint conference focused on the eventual result of the contest between CAISO's Extended Day-Ahead Market and SPP's Markets+ to organize the West's electricity market.
AEU Webinar Examines Ways to Get to ‘YIMBY’ for Transmission
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.
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Western Grid Challenges Weighed at WCPSC Meeting
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.
Study: California Needs $50B in Distribution Work for EVs
A study done for the California Public Utilities Commission found the state needs $50 billion in distribution system upgrades to meet its electrification goals.
Bureau of Reclamation
WECC Summer Outlook Weighs Hydropower, Wildfires
WECC held a two-day webinar on the outlook for this summer, including Western wildfires and hydropower conditions in the Colorado and Columbia River basins.
Blue Lake Rancheria
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.
CAISO Retools Transmission Plan for Reliability, Renewables
CAISO published its 2022-23 transmission plan, taking a new approach to prioritizing dozens of transmission projects for renewable resources and reliability.
Berkeley Lab
Study: Program Boosted Calif. Home Solar Above US Average
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.

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