California Public Utilities Commission

World’s Largest Single Phase Energy Storage Project is Now Operational

Solar power conglomerate Canadian Solar subsidiaries Recurrent Energy and CSI Energy Storage, along with Axium Infrastructure, have announced that the Crimson Storage, a 350 MW / 1400 MWh standalone energy storage project, is now in operation and providing flexible capacity to the California grid. Axium Infrastructure acquires, develops, finances, operates, and manages infrastructure assets. According […]

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California revisits proposal on reforming rooftop solar policy

California is asking solar companies, utilities and others to weigh in yet again in a long-standing process to reform the state’s key rooftop solar power incentive, the state’s public utilities regulator said in a document filed on Monday. The California Public Utilities Commission is seeking additional input into a proposal issued last year that was […]

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California Might Cut Major Rooftop Solar Incentive After Years of Debate

California on Monday proposed reducing the rate at which homeowners can sell excess electricity from their rooftop solar panels into the grid, weakening a policy that has underpinned dramatic growth in the renewable energy industry for years. The announcement by the California Public Utilities Commission triggered an outcry from the solar panel installation industry, whose […]

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Vistra Energy to Expand its 300 MW BESS Facility in California

Vistra Energy has announced that subject to approval by the CPUC, it will expand the size of the BESS at its Moss Landing site in Moss Landing, California. Vistra Energy has announced that subject to approval by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), it will expand the size of the battery energy storage systems (BESS) […]

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California Doubles its Clean Energy Targets for 2030

With an aim to reduce carbon footprints and increase the share of renewable energy in the total energy mix, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on Thursday has adopted a new target for the electric sector that would more than double the state’s clean energy capacity installation by 2030. However, one of the green group […]

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