Currently in the midst of a controversial rate case, the utility seeks to spend $2.1 billion to invest in modernizing the grid and preparing for the influx of distributed energy resources. The plan includes upgrading the grid to handle the two-way power flows of rooftop solar systems and other distributed resources. It would also invest…
“Edison International’s Southern California Edison on Oct. 31 said that it has proposed an integrated strategic framework for California to meet its climate and air quality goals. The approach builds upon existing state programs by identifying cost-effective actions to increase clean energy in the electric system and to leverage that clean electricity in the transportation and building sectors to…
Joint IOU Webinar 9/7: Data Reporting and Communication on Utility-Local Government Partnership Projects
PG&E, SCE, SCG and SDG&E will jointly host a statewide webinar to review improvements to semi-annual data reporting and communication related to Local Government Partnership activities supporting the California Long Term Energy
Presentation from SCE Webinar 7/14: High Opportunity Programs or Projects (HOPPs), Including Public Buildings Retro-commissioning, On-Bill Financing, and Comprehensive Commercial HVAC
The presentation from Southern California Edison (SCE)’s 7/14 HOPPS webinar (more information here) is now available here.
CEC Consultant Report Reviews Distributed Energy Resources in San Joaquin Valley, Finds $300M+ in Benefits
An abstract for a new study from the California Energy Commission (CEC), done in partnership with Southern California Edison (SCE) to review the impacts of DERs on the electric system, is below. To read the study in full visit CEC’s website.
SCE Webinar 7/14: High Opportunity Programs or Projects (HOPPs), Including Public Buildings Retro-commissioning, On-Bill Financing, and Comprehensive Commercial HVAC
Southern California Edison (SCE) invites you to a webinar providing an overview on three High Opportunity Programs or Projects (HOPPs) proposals related to Public Buildings Retro-commissioning; On-Bill Financing; and Comprehensive
Whittier Leverages Incentives and Support for Municipal Retrofits – Including Streetlighting, Lighting, HVAC, and VFD Upgrades
As covered in the Whittier Daily News: the City of Whittier is going green. It’s spending about $2.1 million on ways to make street lights and city buildings more energy efficient, a move that will pay for itself in about four years and save hundreds of thousands of dollars afterward, officials said.
City of Huntington Beach, Partnered with UC Irvine, Altura Associates, and NREL, Awarded CEC Funds to Deploy Energy Technologies for Advanced Energy Community
Congratulations to the City of Huntington Beach, who – in partnership with UC Irvine’s Advanced Power and Energy Program (APEP), Altura Associates, Inc., and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory has been awarded funding from the
To support California’s zero-emission policies, SCE is kicking off the Charge Ready Program by deploying infrastructure to serve qualified electric vehicle (EV) charging
If you are a local government in the Los Angeles/Santa Monica area, you may want to point multi-family building leads in your communities to CSE and Santa Monica’s “Solar
Many local governments in California are expressing interest in energy storage costs, benefits, and recent investments as they plan and implement their energy strategies. Take a look at the short video below to hear from former California State Assembly member
The below is a special request and opportunity to participate in a survey to inform the Energy Data Access Committee (EDAC) of local government energy data experiences:
For those interested in on bill financing (OBF) from SCE: On May 18, 2016, SCE filed an Advice Letter Advice 3409-E with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC),
As covered by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), the CPUC has approved $250 million in funding in Decision 16-04-040 to augment the budget of the Energy Savings Assistance (ESA) Program in the Los Angeles region. Per NRDC: As a result of the commission’s action, Southern California Gas and Southern California Edison can now use…
The second meeting (Stage 2) of the Public Sector Subcommittee of the Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee (EECC, or CAEECC) took place May 2nd. The Stage 2 meeting