According to the NRDC, the $45 million allocation is part of the $830 million over five years approved under California's Self Generation Incentive Program. The program is intended to help develop on-site power generation and energy storage systems.
Electrify America is investing $1.3 million in the Energy StorageShares program developed by the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD). The investment will help Electrify America reduce its overall energy-related costs and lower the company’s impact on Sacramento’s electrical grid.
The Vicksburg Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a $2.4 million contract with Jackson-based Path Co. LLC this month to look into ways the city could improve its energy efficiency, The Vicksburg posted reported Monday.
The judge said the associations are unlikely to succeed in their lawsuit, which argues that the state rules conflict with federal law.