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A fight over the future of energy in Arizona has already cost over $50 million. And the struggle show no signs of slowing down. As part of the southwestern sunbelt, Arizona is the ideal state for harnessing the power of solar energy. Yet the State gets only 6 percent of its energy from the sun....
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Solar Prices Decreasing
The Continued & Rapid Decline in the Cost of Solar It’s official – the cost of solar is declining at a record pace. The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) recent report showcases the rise in affordability of solar. In 2016 Solar was the world’s fastest growing energy source, but critics were suspicious of such rapid...
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Walmart is known for its controversial cost-cutting measures: The company is notorious for paying super low wages. It hires lots of part-time employees to avoid funding full-time benefits. It’s also been charged with abusing tax havens to hide an estimated $76 billion in assets. In other words, Walmart knows how to save money. And that’s...
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The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) is responsible for overseeing the state’s electricity infrastructure. This is the regulatory agency that governs things like power supply and energy transmission. It recently mapped out a statewide strategy for helping California wean itself off of fossil fuel. By 2030, utilities may be required to generate as much as...
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Welcome to the next installment in our ongoing series regarding California’s roadmap for a green energy future. The state’s Independent System Operator (ISO) recently published a strategic plan for helping California wean itself off of fossil fuel and reduce CO2 emissions. Yesterday, we looked at the first step in this comprehensive strategy – Greening the...
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Yesterday, we looked at how the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) had recently published a strategic vision for moving the state from its current fossil fuel dependence to a more sustainable future. According to the new roadmap, California could easily generate 50% of its electricity from renewable power sources like solar, wind, and geothermal. And...
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California currently generates 5% of its electricity from solar energy. And the state is on track to generate 33% of its electricity from renewable power by 2020. Thanks to very ambitious green mandates, utilities are required to invest in cleaner and more sustainable forms of energy. SDG&E has already met its targets a full 6...
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