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Southern California Edison starts community solar program for customers

This week, Southern California Edison announced that it has signed on the first developer, SharedSolarCA, to its Community Renewables Program that will allow residential and business customers to take advantage of solar energy without having to install it directly on their roofs or facilities.

Duke Energy unit buys 150 MW California solar power project

The North Rosamond solar project is Duke Energy Renewables' sixth solar generation facility in Kern County

California ISO approves new transmission plan in PG&E territory

The transmission plan identifies 13 new transmission projects at a total anticipated cost of $644.4 million

Trent joins SCE and Edison International Board of Directors

Brian Keith Trent has been elected to the board of directors of each company, effective today.

Big 3 California utilities rethink rooftop solar

The new plan proposes changes to the power charge indifference adjustment and supports continued community choice aggregation growth, among other things

Former PG&E Exec and Gov. Brown Advisor McDadden has Died

PG&E released a statement honoring McFadden's memory and remembering her work as head of the utility's state and federal government relations work. She also was PG&E's senior vice president of public affairs.

California ISO approves PG&E plan to replace old power plant

PG&E will open a two-month request-for-offers process this spring to invite providers of distributed energy resources to propose solutions for the portfolio

Ice Energy starts up California energy storage business customer program

The company established the Keep Your Cool program as part of its award from SCE to provide 25.6 MW of behind-the-meter energy storage

NRG to close several gas power plants in California

Four gas plant proposals were put on hold as utilities and regulators consider clean energy alternatives

California hits solar power record: Meets nearly half demand

California ISO reported on its Twitter feed that the all-time peak percentage of demand served by solar hit 49.95 percent at 12:58 p.m. that day