“San Diego attorney Michael Aguirre is suing the state Department of Finance and its director for refusing to turn over records related to Gov. Jerry Brown’s failed efforts to expand the California power grid. According to the lawsuit, which was filed Wednesday in San Diego Superior Court, state finance officials refused to release their financial…
“Our review of the key energy and environmental bills of the state’s just-ended session, from clean energy and batteries to EV charging and green buildings.” Click here to read more from Green Tech Media.
“This year’s legislative session here in California is poised to be a wild ride in clean energy – more ideas, intertwining issues, and intrigue are developing than in the last 10 years. A signal that the state’s clean energy policy is coming of age, leaders and significant players are weaving all of the separate programs…
When the state’s legislature passed Assembly Bill (AB) 1284 and Senate Bill (SB) 242, it simultaneously strengthened consumer productions and provided a regulatory framework that will provide stringent oversight of residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program administrators. Click here to read more from PV Magazine
California has grown accustomed to setting benchmark after benchmark on environmental policies, but ambitious efforts to spread renewable energy around the state and the region could grind to a halt this week. Click here to read more about LA Times
As 2015 draws to a close, it’s a good time to take a look at the incredible progress California has made toward scaling up energy efficiency and what we should do in 2016 to build upon our momentum.
Missed our AB 802 and SB 350 overview webinar? It’s not too late to hear directly from CEC Commissioners Hochschild and McAllister on what these new pieces of legislation mean for local government: