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Energy Commission Grants Hydrogen Energy California Suspension, Denies Request to Terminate Power Plant Project

Energy Commission Grants Hydrogen Energy California Suspension, Denies Request to Terminate Power Plant Project

Kern County Project Gets 6 Month Reprieve July 9,2105- SACRAMENTO – The California Energy Commission committee reviewing the proposed 390-megawatt Hydrogen Energy California (HECA) power plant rejected a motion to…

‘Carbon intensity’ of economy continues to drop even as state GDP grows

‘Carbon intensity’ of economy continues to drop even as state GDP grows

California greenhouse gas inventory shows state is on track to achieve 2020 AB 32 target July 9,2015- SACRAMENTO – The Air Resources Board today released the latest edition of the…

July 9 El Niño Advisory: 90% Chance El Niño This Winter

July 9 El Niño Advisory: 90% Chance El Niño This Winter

July 9,2015- Latest forecast from the US Climate Prediction Center released today ups the chances for an EL Nino event this winter and says it is likely the event will…

Oil & Corn Head Opposite Direction

Oil & Corn Head Opposite Direction

July 8,2015 Two key commodities are heading opposite directions  this week  with oil prices going south and corn , the key feed ingredient for the dairy and livestock industry moving…

New Report: California’s Return-to-Prison Rate Falls for the Fourth Straight Year to 54.3 percent

New Report: California’s Return-to-Prison Rate Falls for the Fourth Straight Year to 54.3 percent

July 8,2015 Offenders who receive substance abuse treatment are dramatically less likely to return to prison SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) today released the fifth…

California Exports Slip Narrowly In Latest Numbers

California Exports Slip Narrowly In Latest Numbers

July 7, 2015 – California’s merchandise export trade was narrowly lower in May than during the same month last year, according to Beacon Economics’ analysis of foreign trade data released…

Low Income Communites To Get Help To Install Solar

Low Income Communites To Get Help To Install Solar

July 7, 2015 From The National Journal The White House is unveiling a sweeping effort to increase access to solar power—particularly in low-income communities. Administration officials will announce a slate…

Innovative Wave Power Device Starts Producing Clean Power in Hawaii

Innovative Wave Power Device Starts Producing Clean Power in Hawaii

Energy Watch July 6, 2015 – 6:31pm Share on emailShare on facebook With support from the Energy Department and the U.S. Navy, a prototype wave energy device has advanced successfully…

Californians Now Pay 6 Cents Lower Gas Tax

Californians Now Pay 6 Cents Lower Gas Tax

July 3,2015- As of July 1 Californians are paying 6 cents less to the state for every gallon of gas. But don’t look for a 6 cent saving at the…

Diablo Canyon’s Desalination Facility to Help Fight California Drought

Diablo Canyon’s Desalination Facility to Help Fight California Drought

July 3,2015- PG&E enters five-year agreement with county Desalinated water to fight wildfires; other uses under study Integrated nuclear and desal facilities used in Japan, India and Kazakhstan June 18,…

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