Sacramento’s municipal utility will use blockchain software to track rewards for customers who charge with solar power.
California is laying the groundwork for the next phase in its push toward zero-emission transportation: self-driving cars.
State regulators withdrew a proposed rule change for utilities that use third-party subscriptions rather than onsite software.
An annual survey shows tech-savvy customers are more interested in saving energy than the general public.
A $100 million data center in Pueblo is expected to add up to 50 megawatts of new load for Black Hills Energy.