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NREL, SDG&E collaboration expands resiliency in Borrego Springs

What NREL is working with SDG&E to better understand is how a microgrid controller with advanced technology would perform, specifically with the Borrego Springs microgrid

San Diego Gas & Electric names new chairman, CEO

Sagara has served as president of Sempra Renewables since 2014

PG&E gets help from West Coast utilities in wildfire response

Pacific Gas & Electric announced Thursday it has established another operations base camp in Lakeport to support emergency responders in the Mendocino Complex blazes. It opened a camp in Redding three days earlier in support of crews fighting the Carr Fire in Shasta County.

Arizona Public Service says nuclear plant may close from vote, study disagrees

The nuclear plant may still stay open even with an renewable mandate

SCE lays out details of electric vehicle expansion in fleet, industrial areas

The utility will offer a rebate of up to 50 percent of charging station costs

Transactive Flexibility

Transactive energy load management can flip grid paradigm from load to supply following.

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Each month POWERGRID International magazine highlights some of the electricity industry's latest important news stories.

Atmospheric CO2 Hits All-time High at Hawaii Observation Post

Several reports, including the Scripps Instiution of Oceanography, revealed that CO2 measured at an historic 401.31 parts per million at the Mauna Loa Observatory on the island of Hawaii. The greenhouse gas measurement was an average for April and is the highest ever recorded by the station.

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Each month POWERGRID International magazine highlights some of the electricity industry's latest important news stories.

CenterPoint-Vectren Deal Highlights Return of Merger Mania

Just in recent months utility companies which have either announced or closed on major deals include SCANA, Dominion Energy, Dynegy, Vistra, Sempra and Oncor Electric Delivery.