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.

EHS Management Experts Share Future-Proofing Strategies in New Report

EHS Management Experts Share Future-Proofing Strategies in New Report

Many companies still struggle with environment, health, and safety (EHS) challenges. Fortunately, EHS management experts share smart strategies they developed in a new special report.

CA Golf and Athletic Club Devastated by Fire Rebuilds with Solar

CA Golf and Athletic Club Devastated by Fire Rebuilds with Solar

Devastated last year by one of California’s worst wildfires, a golf and athletic club has completed the installation of a new 161-kilowatt solar energy system for its rebuilt facilities. The Fountaingrove Club in Sonoma County expects the solar power system will pay for itself within five or six years, and last for 30.

Developing a Self-Sustaining Microgrid: Q&A with Stone Edge Farm’s Craig Wooster

Developing a Self-Sustaining Microgrid: Q&A with Stone Edge Farm’s Craig Wooster

Stone Edge Farm is a 16-acre estate owned by Mac and Leslie McQuown in Sonoma, California, that includes a winery known for producing Cabernet Sauvignon from organically-grown grapes. In 2013, Mac and experienced electrical engineering contractor Craig Wooster embarked on an open-source microgrid project to … Read more…

Southern California Wildfire Threat Prompts Pre-Emptive Power Outages

Southern California Wildfire Threat Prompts Pre-Emptive Power Outages

The Santa Ana winds whipped through parts of Southern California at 88 mph last week, spreading wildfires. Dangerously dry and windy conditions prompted San Diego Gas & Electric to notify 170,000 customers that they might lose power as the utility sought to prevent its power … Read more…

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