The state law seeks to avoid blackouts and other grid problems when its marijuana law takes effect Jan. 1.
Sacramento’s municipal utility will use blockchain software to track rewards for customers who charge with solar power.
After falling for a few years, the rate paid to community solar projects is projected to surge in 2020 if changes aren’t made.
It’s a complicated formula with eight key variables, some of which are more volatile or subjective than others. Here’s a closer look.
Tax law experts say new utility charges likely might not be a tax if the money isn’t spent to benefit the general public.