Archive Category : California News: Caiso, Grid & Storage

Energy Storage Could Be Residential Solar’s Next Growth Product

Residential solar installers are quietly starting to expand their offerings to include energy storage, which could be a much-needed revenue Read More →

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California is shattering renewable records. So why are greenhouse emissions creeping up?

The green beacon that is the state of California is making clean-energy strides, according to new stats out this week. It’s harnessing Read More →

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California RA: ‘Fear and Loathing’ in Redondo Beach

California’s grid reliability will be increasingly at risk if the state doesn’t soon address its unfocused approach to resource adequacy Read More →

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Expanding the Energy Imbalance Market Is the Right Way to Regionalize California’s Grid

In a previous article, we touched on how this can be accomplished through a combination of regional markets and smart management Read More →

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How to Get Wyoming Wind to California, and Cut 80% of U.S. Carbon Emissions

Several miles south of Rawlins, Wyoming, on a cattle ranch east of the Continental Divide, construction crews have begun laying Read More →

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Solar + batteries prepping to take over 10GW of US natural gas peaker power plant market

Solar power and energy storage (batteries) have fallen in price enough that they’re now competing with the cost of natural Read More →

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California sanitation district to save US$14.7 million due to PV/storage installation

The Selma-Kingsburg-Fowler County Sanitation District (SKFCSD) held a groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 8 to celebrate the start of construction on Read More →

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The Change of The Power Grid, Thanks to Elon

While you might not notice a difference as you flip the light switch like you always have, behind the scenes, Read More →

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California is generating so much solar energy, it’s paying other states to take it

According to a recent expose in the Los Angeles Times, California’s solar boom is growing so fast and with such Read More →

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Here’s how California ended up with too much solar power

California’s power-grid operators are dealing with a glut of daytime electricity produced by household, government, business and industrial solar installations.  Read More →

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