2.4 Million SCE customers to pay lower electric bills, power officials say

“In dozens of cities and unincorporated communities in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, businesses and residents will soon be paying lower electric bills for greener energy under a just-launched community choice aggregate utility, power officials said. The Clean Power Alliance of Southern California began buying power on Feb. 1 for about 2,000 Los Angeles County…

SoCal Edison electric vehicle pilots focus on heavy-duty, fleet uses

“While officials say electric vehicles will be a key factor in balancing the grid, it is still premature to be looking at widespread adoption of vehicle-to-grid services. SCE’s proposals do not include demand management or grid services aspects. Laura Renger, SCE’s principal manager of air and climate policy, said the utility sees electric vehicles as…

SCE proposes ‘pathway’ for electric vehicles, clean power

“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…

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 (more…)

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. (more…)
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