Rochester, NY: Community Power Launched to Develop 100% Renewable Energy Program

The city of Rochester is the largest city in New York state to move forward with community choice aggregation. [...]

California Demands 3.3GW of New Resources as Grid Shortfall Looms

Procurement is a boon for solar-storage, demand response and other clean resources, and could forestall last-ditch option of keeping [...]

San Diego, CA Moves Ahead With 100% Clean Energy Community Choice Program

The Southern California city of 1.4 million residents will announce later today that it is forming its own government-run [...]

Looming Grid Shortfall Prompts 2.5GW California Procurement Proposal

‘All-source’ reliability procurement for Southern California could open massive new market for renewables, batteries and demand response. State regulators [...]

California Community Solar Isn’t Working. SoCal Edison Wants to Redesign It

The utility would gather customers for community projects, alongside other new 100 percent clean electricity options. Southern California Edison is [...]

How a New California Law Will Expand the State’s Competitive Energy Market

Commercial and institutional customers can now buy more power from competitive retail providers, while regulators are set to explore [...]

Controversial Energy Bill Moves Forward

A bill that would make it difficult to form new, community-based clean energy programs such as Marin Clean Energy [...]