The state’s largest gas utility plans to invest $30 million a year in a bid to replace 5% of fossil gas by 2024.
As Xcel Energy prepares to join California’s imbalance market, other utilities in the state have looked east instead.
The bill would require large natural gas utilities to source some of their supply from dairies, landfills and other sources.
To meet its clean energy goals, California needs to plan for statewide electricity resources holistically, writes Ed Smeloff of Vote Solar.
Kanab took an unconventional path to face down a frac sand mine that threatened the region’s aquifer.