2. Silicon Valley Clean Energy: Decarbonization Strategy SVCE took a systematic approach to defining a strategy to pursue deep decarbonization. Their decarbonization roadmap presents ten specific strategies to meet the goal of cutting carbon emissions in half by 2030 and also achieve deep decarbonization. a. Overarching Strategy: Procure and maintain a sustainable, affordable, and carbon-free […]
About Nina Turner
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Nina Turner contributed a whooping 5 entries.
Entries by Nina Turner
Wind power off the coast of California has been in the news recently, all the way from our Northern California Press Democrat to the New York Times. If all you ever did was read these stories you would never know that Community Choice Energy agencies have been a driving force behind at least one of […]
The California Public Utilities Commission has announced a student internship position that focuses on renewable energy efforts in the San Joaquin Valley. Assembly Bill (AB) 2672 requires the Commission to explore the economic feasibility of various options to bring affordable energy options to residents of disadvantaged communities in the San Joaquin Valley, many of whom […]
On February 20th, the West Hollywood City Council voted to opt in to Clean Power Alliance’s 100% clean energy option. Clean Power Alliance (CPA), formally Los Angeles Community Choice Energy (LACCE), is the largest Community Choice Energy program in the state. Joining a community choice program has been a goal for the city since 2015 […]
CALSTART, the Richmond based clean transportation organization, and the Fresno State Transportation Institute will host a two day summit revolving around emerging green transportation technologies. Taking place March 14th and 15th in Fresno, the summit will be free to attend and will include workshops on topics such as electrification of air travel, self driving vehicles, […]