I know in conservative circles it’s become standard to blame the power shortages squarely on renewable energy, writes Scott Coenen, of the Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum. However, the real story is far more complicated.
Commentary: California resource planning needs to step up to the challenge of decarbonizing the grid
To meet its clean energy goals, California needs to plan for statewide electricity resources holistically, writes Ed Smeloff of Vote Solar.
As California officials consider a public takeover of PG&E, the concept has already shown results in other places.
California is a leader in the use of hydrogen fuel cells, but experts say they’re also well suited for the Midwest.
California is clamping down on oil exploration. Washington is expediting it on nearly 2 million acres of federal land here. How will this schism play out?