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California Storage Rule Change Requires New Certification

February 16th, 2019 | by Charles W. Thurston

The early February breakthrough in California energy storage rules under Net Energy Metering will still take time to be codified, but the great news is that energy from storage can be sold to utilities as long as the storage equipment meets a new Underwriters Laboratory standard. Under Time of Use rates, households with certified storage capacity can store energy during the day and sell it back to the utility during peak periods in the evening


California Approves $738 Million Transportation Electrification Initiative

June 3rd, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

California is at the forefront of US states when it comes to reducing carbon emissions. Nearly 40% of those emissions come from the state's transportation sector. Not only has California always been ground zero for car culture, but it's also home to several of the largest ports in America, whose operations depend on heavy-duty trucks powered by diesel engines


California To Meet 2030 Renewable Energy Targets By 2020

November 21st, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill

A new report from the California Public Utilities Commission has concluded that the state's major utilities have already met or will all soon exceed the state's 2020 renewable energy target of 33%, and will likely meet the 2030 target of 50% by 2020. 


Plug-In Hybrid Electric Pickup Trucks From XL Hybrids Coming In 4th Quarter

March 6th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

XL Hybrids is the leading supplier of connected fleet electrification solutions for commercial and municipal fleets. Utility companies NV Energy and DTE Energy will be among the first fleet operators to put pickup trucks with XLP plug-in hybrid systems into service. The system delivers a 50% increase in fuel economy while reducing carbon dioxide emissions significantly


Xtra Solar News

March 31st, 2016 | by Zachary Shahan

Accumulating more solar news in a week this time, instead of 3 months, I’ll supplement the headlines and links with short [&hellip



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