UPS Goes Big on Solar

by Carl Weinschenk, Energy Manager Today United Parcel Service…
The Dakota Access Pipeline (under construction) | by Lars Plougmann

Dakota Pipeline Greenlighted As Fossil Fuels Move to Fore

By Bobby Magill, The U.S. Army Corps of…
Davis, CA

City of Davis votes to divest from Wells Fargo Bank

by Felicia Alvarez, The Davis Enterprise Davis took the first…
Paulson, Baker and Schultz

A Conservative Climate Solution: Republican Group Calls for Carbon Tax

By John Schwartz, NYTimes A group of Republican elder statesmen…

California’s big three utilities submit proposals to increase access to EV infrastructure

by Tom Ewing, January 20 was an important day…

The irreversible rise of the clean economy in 2017

by Nigel Topping, In this new monthly column,…
SUTTER ENERGY CENTER in Yuba City was hailed as the nation’s cleanest power plant when it opened in 2001. It closed indefinitely a year ago because the state has little need for its electricity. (David Butow For The Times)

LA Times breaks story on California’s overbuilt electricity system

The article below, published in the Los Angeles Times, demonstrates…

California ARB to award up to $10M for zero- and near-zero emission school buses

A new program funded by proceeds from California’s cap-and-trade…
Beatrice Menase Kwe Jackson, center, and Daniel Emory, both of the Ojibwe Tribe, lead a procession to the Cannonball River in December as part of protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline in Cannon Ball, N.D. (David Goldman / Associated Press)

Seattle becomes the first city to sever ties with Wells Fargo in protest of Dakota Access pipeline

by William Yardley, Los Angeles Times (photo: Beatrice Menase…
Hans-Josef Fell, Energy Guru of the German Parliament

Energy Policy Leader Update: Hans-Josef Fell

In 2010 I invited Hans-Josef Fell, at the time a German Parliamentarian,…

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