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SunEdison Deploys 50 Megawatts Of Energy Storage For Southern California Edison

SunEdison Deploys 50 Megawatts Of Energy Storage For Southern California Edison

July 16, 2015- — Landmark deal is first of its kind to replace utility power generation capacity with battery storage located at customer sites — 200 Megawatt hours of battery…

State Study Backs Fracking

State Study Backs Fracking

July 15,2015- California Council on Science and Technology and Berkeley Lab Release Scientific Assessment of Hydraulic Fracturing in California SACRAMENTO—In collaboration with the(Berkeley Lab), the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory California…

Hair Raising Forecast As Tropical Moisture Invades California

Hair Raising Forecast As Tropical Moisture Invades California

July 14,2015- BAD HAIR DAY?   UPDATE July 15: Hurricane Dolores now appears to move west once it crawls up the Coast so no heavy precip expected in SLO NWS…

TULARE: CaliCheese Project To Help Matheny Tract

TULARE: CaliCheese Project To Help Matheny Tract

July 14,2015- Another large Tulare industrial project will assist Matheny Tract improving lives for its residents. In 2012 Colony Energy agreed to install street lights (as well as 10 years…

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE FUNDS 5 “DAIRY DIGESTER” PROJECTS IN CENTRAL VALLEY

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE FUNDS 5 “DAIRY DIGESTER” PROJECTS IN CENTRAL VALLEY

  Projects designed to cut global-warming methane emissions and generate revenue Sacramento, July 13, 2015 – The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has selected five projects for approximately $11.1…

Citrus Greening Disease Found In LA

Citrus Greening Disease Found In LA

Sacramento, July 10, 2015 – The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) have confirmed detection of the citrus disease known as…

Late Season Rain Windfall Won’t Help Friant Contractors

Late Season Rain Windfall Won’t Help Friant Contractors

July 10,2015 Late spring rainfall in the upper San Joaquin River watershed has added about 70,000 acre feet of water to the reservoirs says Dan Vink, a board member with…

California Gas Prices Explode Higher

California Gas Prices Explode Higher

July10,2015- California gas prices exploded Thursday as supply issues again plagued the state and there were calls of price gouging. The gas price in Los Osos  in SLO County jumped…

SLO Home Building Mid Year Report

SLO Home Building Mid Year Report

July9,2015- Single family home builders have increased the pace of building in SLO County during the first half of 2015 according to Construction Monitor. So far through July 9, home…

Mid-Year Report: Tulare County Home Building Jumps 40%

Mid-Year Report: Tulare County Home Building Jumps 40%

July 9,2015- Home building in Tulare County has jumped by some 40% so far this year compared to the first half year of 2014 according to Construction Monitor. Through July…

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