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Santa Paula: Could Stored Solar Generated Power be in the Future?

Santa Paula: Could Stored Solar Generated Power be in the Future?

By Sheryl Hamlin Subsequent to grid disruptions caused by the massive leak of the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage tank, Cal ISO (grid operator) and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) held a joint action study on how to satisfy the energy needs of the state and how to mitigate vulnerability to outages, according to […]

Ecological double standards

Ecological double standards

By Paul Driessen Why can locals block fracking, but not support it … get wind turbines, but not block them? Donald Trump recently said he supports giving local communities control over hydraulic fracturing. “If some areas don’t want” fracking, the decision should be “up to them,” he commented. Trump supports this proven and safe technology to […]

Grimes: Government Created Energy Blackouts Coming to a City Near You

Grimes: Government Created Energy Blackouts Coming to a City Near You

SunPower at Ventura Eco Fest – Saturday 4/23

SunPower at Ventura Eco Fest – Saturday 4/23

In celebration of Earth Day and to support the continued adoption of clean, renewable solar energy, SunPower will debut its new traveling Solar Design Studio at the Ventura Earth Day Eco Fest from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 23 along the city’s oceanfront boardwalk between Promenade Park and Surfer’s Point. Home solar panels […]

Solar installation classes are being offered at Moorpark Community College starting Jan 11th – May 22nd.

Solar installation classes are being offered at Moorpark Community College starting Jan 11th – May 22nd.

CA solar plans snarled by controversy

CA solar plans snarled by controversy

By James Poulos . In the California desert and in solar-paneled neighborhoods around the state, a new conflict over alternative energy has broken out. Pitting lawmakers, regulators, customers and the solar power industry against one another, the dispute centered around how much solar users ought to be charged — and how much solar power ought to be […]

City of Ventura’s photovoltaic ordinance helps residents go solar with new, online expedited permitting process

City of Ventura’s photovoltaic ordinance helps residents go solar with new, online expedited permitting process

So Cal Edison Event Will Connect Customers With Solar Contractors

So Cal Edison Event Will Connect Customers With Solar Contractors

Climate issues we do need to address

Climate issues we do need to address

Solar power causing problems with electricity grid

Solar power causing problems with electricity grid

by John Seiler   One theme CalWatchdog.com has covered is how solar power can cause problems to the state’s existing electricity grid. An investigation a year ago found: Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com An emerging problem with California’s new green power grid is the need to ramp up enough conventional power each day because of two […]

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