The rules that govern the state’s energy-efficiency goals have not been updated for 30 years, writes Vote Solar’s Katie Chiles Ottenweller.
As California officials consider a public takeover of PG&E, the concept has already shown results in other places.
Finally, the Sunshine State is living up to its name and taking steps to become a true leader in the solar revolution.
The nation’s largest solar leasing company wants an assurance that it won’t be regulated as a public utility.
Millions of dollars in new funding for electric vehicle infrastructure could soon be available in Florida, where lawmakers and regulators have a full slate of transportation-related legislation, dockets and decisions to make.