Small Changes Add Up to Big Savings for Diverse Sonoma County Businesses

Small Changes Add Up to Big Savings for Diverse Sonoma County Businesses

A range of businesses in Sonoma County, California, are benefitting from implementing seemingly small changes to their sustainability practices, the Press Democrat reports. When companies make shifts in lighting, heating, cooling, and production, the results can make a big difference to their bottom lines. One … Read more…

How the 2017 Solar Eclipse Will Affect the US Electric Grid

How the 2017 Solar Eclipse Will Affect the US Electric Grid

Total solar eclipses have passed over the United States before. The last coast-to-coast one occurred in 1918. In March 1970, a total solar eclipse moved along the southeast coast and nine years later another plunged several northwestern states into darkness. The difference on August 21, … Read more…

California Bill Would Mandate 100% Renewable Energy by 2045

California Bill Would Mandate 100% Renewable Energy by 2045

Businesses in California could face what in some cases would be considerable changes in energy procurement if a bill introduced last week in the legislature becomes law. SB 584, according to UtilityDive, mandates that all of the state’s energy be from renewable sources by 2045. … Read more…

California Businesses Don’t Benefit from Abundance of Electricity

California Businesses Don’t Benefit from Abundance of Electricity

California likely is the leading state for promoting energy efficient operations and renewable energy generation. It seems logical that this would lead, over time, to lower electric bills for its businesses. It’s logical – but wrong. In fact, ratepayers in the state are paying a … Read more…

California PUC Changes Rules for Rent-Subsidized Apartments

California PUC Changes Rules for Rent-Subsidized Apartments

The California Public Utilities Commission is accelerating the process of installing energy efficient appliances in rent-subsidized multi-unit apartment buildings, according to the website of WPCC. The story says that $400 million that is set aside annually to fund efficiency upgrades has gone unspent due to … Read more…

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