Distributed solar and efficiency saves California $2.6 billion on power lines

“California’s grid operator has chosen to cancel 20 transmission projects and revise 21 others, as energy efficiency and distributed generation prove their worth.

The majority of the projects were located in the service area of utility Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), while two of the canceled projects were located in San Diego Gas & Electric territory. PG&E recently announced hitting California’s 33% renewable goal in 2017, and including nuclear and hydroelectric power 78.8% of its electricity came from GHG free sources.”

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