Kaiser Permanente Focuses on Energy Resilience: Q&A with Seth Baruch

Kaiser Permanente Focuses on Energy Resilience: Q&A with Seth Baruch

Seth Baruch, national director for energy and utilities at Kaiser Permanente, shares the health care system’s strategy around renewables, storage, and energy resiliency in a shifting market.

S&P Global Ratings: Second California Utility Bankruptcy Possible

S&P Global Ratings: Second California Utility Bankruptcy Possible

S&P Global Ratings released a report responding to investors’ questions about PG&E Corporation’s voluntary bankruptcy filing last month. The report authors say they think it’s “entirely possible” that a second California electric utility could file for voluntary bankruptcy in 2019.

California Public Utilities Commission Mulls Ratepayer Costs for Wildfires

California Public Utilities Commission Mulls Ratepayer Costs for Wildfires

In the wake of last year’s historically destructive wildfires, the California Public Utilities Commission faces a difficult balancing act. Regulators opened proceedings yesterday to figure out the maximum PG&E could pay without harming ratepayers or service.

Wind, Rain, and Fire: The Year in American Power Outages

Wind, Rain, and Fire: The Year in American Power Outages

Wilder weather and historic natural disasters made their mark on the United States in 2018. Preparedness and recovery became crucial for communities, municipalities, and businesses from Hawaii to Puerto Rico. Here’s a look at a few of the most notable outages.

California Lawmakers Pass 100% Carbon-Free Electricity Bill

California Lawmakers Pass 100% Carbon-Free Electricity Bill

The California Assembly passed Senate Bill 100 this week, setting a goal of supplying 100% of retail electricity in the state from carbon-free resources by 2045. On Wednesday, the Senate approved amendments to the bill and it’s expected to be signed by Governor Jerry Brown.

Sonoma Vineyard Seeks Self-Sufficiency with Multi-Renewable Microgrid and Storage

Stone Edge Farm, a spa and vineyard in Sonoma, California, announced the selection of Emerson Automation Solutions on January 24 to provide efficient and reliable operation of its new microgrid – which Stone Edge describes as “a self-sufficient energy production and distribution facility relying on diverse sources of electricity, including solar power, wind power, hydrogen power, and advanced storage battery technology.”

Marin Clean Energy Could Cut Rates As Seven More Cities Join

Seven new municipalities are poised to join the Marin Clean Energy (MCE) joint powers authority, according to a report in the Marin Independent Journal – which could mean lower energy prices for all participants. MCE is a public, not-for-profit electricity provider that offers all 54.4 … Read more…

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