Rancho Mirage Bails on CVAG Community Aggregation Plan

Rancho Mirage Bails on CVAG Community Aggregation Plan

The animosity between Rancho Mirage and the Coachella Valley Association of Governments surrounding CV Link – a proposed 50-mile biking and hiking pathway in Southern California that initially would connect eight of the nine cities in the Coachella Valley and three Indian reservations – has spilled over to complicate an unrelated regional community choice aggregation plan, according to a February 20 report by The Desert Sun

Controversial Two-Tier Rate Plan Approved in California

Following a 5-0 vote on July 3, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved a plan that returns the Golden State to two rate tiers for power, with a 25 percent difference between them. The strategy also imposes a surcharge on “super” electricity users … Read more…

Solar-Friendly Rate for Commercial Customers Adopted in California

Solar-Friendly Rate for Commercial Customers Adopted in California

The California Public Utilities Commission approved Thursday a solar-friendly rate for medium and large commercial and industrial customers in the Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Southern California Edison’s service territories. As part of the decision, the CPUC approved the Option R rate, which was proposed … Read more…

CenterPoint Energy, PG&E and SDG&E Top Smart Grid Maturity Ranking

CenterPoint Energy, PG&E and SDG&E Top Smart Grid Maturity Ranking

CenterPoint Energy, PG&E and SDG&E have topped a ranking of smart grid maturity in North America released by GTM Research. The three utilities each scored 4.2 on the average maturity scale, a metric that the report – titled The Utility Smart Grid Outlook in North … Read more…

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