Tag Archives: Los Angeles

L.A. Consequential

A record renewable energy proposal would have major ramifications for the city The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), the nation’s largest utility provider, is pushing for an unprecedented proposal that would combine solar power and energy storage for the city’s utilities. The project would deploy 400 MW of solar energy at 1.997 […]

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Fiery Déjà vu

California wildfires continue to rage this season This kind of déjà vu is the worst to experience when put in writing. Imagine multiplying that by a thousand, with the utmost severity, for those who are living it. If you’re feeling redundancy from reading about California wildfires—it isn’t a mistake—they’re just happening all the time. Especially […]

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From Leaks to Blackouts

SoCalGas faces charges; residents could face 2-week power outage Energy officials say a natural gas well blowout last year that crippled a major energy supply for Southern California could lead to blackouts this summer. The chairman of the California Energy Commission said Tuesday that the resulting partial shutdown of the Aliso Canyon storage field near […]

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