Del Mar Station Joins Hydrogen Refueling Network

The California Energy Commission welcomed another new hydrogen refueling station to its network. The Del Mar station, now open at 3060 Carmel Valley Road in San Diego, provides Californians with the fueling options they need to consider replacing their petroleum-fueled cars with hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles. Fuel-cell cars, like all-electric …

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Energy Commission Research Funding is Spurring Innovations in Agriculture

A couple of California Energy Commission-funded research projects could help California’s more than 76,000 farms and ranches reduce energy consumption and become advanced energy communities of the future. In June 2012, Ventura-based Biodico, Inc. received a $1.8 million grant through the Energy Commission’s Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program to …

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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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Energy Commission Holding Webinar To Discuss Ideas for EPIC Investment Plan

The California Energy Commission is looking for ideas to help develop the 2018–2020 Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) Triennial Investment Plan. The EPIC program supports innovative technologies and approaches that bring clean energy ideas to market and that benefit the ratepayers of California’s three largest electric investor-owned utilities. A webinar …

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Long-time Energy Efficiency Visionary Dies

Physicist, internationally renowned energy expert and former California Energy Commissioner Arthur H. Rosenfeld died today at age 90. Rosenfeld was a driving force in shaping California’s nation-leading energy efficiency policies. He pioneered and championed the energy efficiency standards that have made California an international leader in energy conservation and sustainability. …

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Hydrogen Refueling Network Welcomes Anaheim Station

The California Energy Commission welcomed another new hydrogen refueling station to its network. The Anaheim station, now open at 3731 East La Palma, provides Californians with the fueling options they need to consider replacing their petroleum-fueled cars with hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles. Fuel-cell cars, like all-electric plug-in cars, do not …

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