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Schools Benefit From Clean Energy Jobs Act

Various studies show that students perform better in modern learning environments. According to the California Department of Education, modern learning environments are not what you find in about 70 percent of classrooms in the state because they are more than 25 years old. To address this, the Clean Energy Jobs …

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California Energy Demand Continues Moderate Course

While the growth of photovoltaic solar systems begins to push peak demand for electricity supplied by utilities to later hours of the day, the latest energy forecast from the California Energy Commission finds future state consumption of electricity to be on a moderate course. The findings are from the Energy …

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Energy Commission Signs Agreement with the Mexican State of Aguascalientes to Support Clean Energy

The California Energy Commission signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mexican state of Aguascalientes to cooperate on clean energy programs and policies. The signing came during a January 30 visit to California, where Aguascalientes Governor Martín Orozco Sandoval met with Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. and addressed legislators on …

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La Comisión de Energía Firma Acuerdo con el Estado de Aguascalientes, México para Apoyar Energía Limpia

La Comisión de Energía de California firmó un memorándum de entendimiento (MOU) con el estado de Aguascalientes para cooperar sobre programas y políticas de energía limpia. La firma se vinó durante la visita a California en el 30 de enero, donde Martín Orozco Sandoval, gobernador de Aguascalientes, juntó con Edumund …

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Meeting State Energy Mandates May Call for Transmission Expansion to Access Renewables, Report Says

Meeting California’s renewable energy and greenhouse gas emission goals? That may necessitate expansion of the state’s electricity transmission infrastructure and increasing access to new renewable power sources, both within and outside the state. That was one of the assessments offered in a multi-agency state report, released last week, called the …

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Energy Commission Adopts Study to Increase Renewable Energy Use in Low-Income Neighborhoods

The California Energy Commission adopted a study today aimed at helping people and businesses in low-income areas invest in, adopt or take advantage of clean energy technologies. The study stems from a directive in the landmark climate legislation Senate Bill 350. The legislation established new energy efficiency and renewable electricity …

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