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Following Massive Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, California Legislature Takes Smart Look at Energy Storage Bills

Following Massive Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, California Legislature Takes Smart Look at Energy Storage Bills

CESA Supports Four Bills That Will Advance Energy Storage Solutions in California SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — In light of the massive recent gas leak at Aliso Canyon, the role of energy storage solutions in diversifying the grid’s power resources and increasing electricity reliability has magnified and become more urgent. Four complementary energy […]

June ballot measure “orphaned,” but poised to pass: Prop 50 — Suspending Legislators without pay

June ballot measure “orphaned,” but poised to pass: Prop 50 — Suspending Legislators without pay

Legislature plans to close entrance to public, provide lobbyists special access

Legislature plans to close entrance to public, provide lobbyists special access

By John Hrabe . Though it brands itself as “the people’s house,” the California State Capitol will soon become less accessible to the public, while continuing to provide lobbyists with “special access.” Beginning February 1, the California state Legislature intends to convert its east entrance from public to “employee and lobbyist only,” according to an internal security […]

Ballot initiative filing fees set to increase

Ballot initiative filing fees set to increase

Moody’s: Energy edict will hammer SoCal municipal utilities

Moody’s: Energy edict will hammer SoCal municipal utilities

Assembly Bill 32, the landmark 2006 law requiring California to begin shifting to cleaner-but-costlier forms of renewable energy, hasn’t hit consumers as hard as some economists feared for an ironic reason: Dirtier “brown energy” got cheaper. The U.S. fracking/shale revolution has sharply reduced the cost of natural gas and thus limited the cost impact of […]

Brown may seek new tax increases on 2016 ballot

Brown may seek new tax increases on 2016 ballot

Legislators propose differing plans to fund state-wide highway repair

Legislators propose differing plans to fund state-wide highway repair

Bipartisan legislators agree to reform CARB (California Air Resources Board)

Bipartisan legislators agree to reform CARB (California Air Resources Board)

Their Own Worst Enemy: Dem Squabble Stalls California Minimum Wage Bill

Your calls are having an impact! Please keep making those calls to Save Prop 13!

Your calls are having an impact! Please keep making those calls to Save Prop 13!
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