Entries by Woody Hastings

Regulatory Update for November 12, 2020

Remote meeting notice from CPUC: Pursuant to Executive Order N-29-20, Commissioners may participate in CPUC meetings remotely. See the COVID19 information page on the CPUC’s website for more COVID19-related info. The public may observe, provide public comments during the public comment period, and otherwise participate remotely pursuant to the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act. To listen or […]

Regulatory Update for October 29, 2020

Remote meeting notice from CPUC: Pursuant to Executive Order N-29-20, Commissioners may participate in CPUC meetings remotely. See the COVID19 information page on the CPUC’s website for more COVID19-related info. The public may observe, provide public comments during the public comment period, and otherwise participate remotely pursuant to the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act. To listen or […]

Regulatory Update for October 15, 2020

The CPUC is holding its meetings remotely. See the COVID19 information page on the CPUC’s website for more COVID19-related info. Remote meeting notice from CPUC: Pursuant to Executive Order N-29-20, Commissioners may participate in CPUC meetings remotely. The public may observe, provide public comments during the public comment period, and otherwise participate remotely pursuant to the Bagley-Keene […]

Legislative Update for October 15, 2020

Special Notice: Starting on December 17, 2020, all legislative updates will be issued in The Climate Center e-news. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss a beat! On October 12, the Assembly Utilities & Energy Committee held a special hearing to receive and discuss the “Preliminary Root Cause Analysis on the Mid-August 2020 Heat […]

Action: Comment by October 20 for an all electric Building standard in California

Right now the California Energy Commission is accepting comments on their update on the State’s energy efficiency standards. Now is the time to call on the Commission to: Set an “all-electric” standard for new construction; Prohibit fossil fuel piping in new construction; All-electric high efficiency heat pumps and induction stoves are available now to eliminate […]

Orange County: On a CCA Roll!

In case you haven’t noticed, there is a lot of Community Choice activity in the works in Orange County. A bit of background first. On September 25, 2018, the Irvine City Council approved conducting a feasibility study to determine the pros and cons of implementing a Community Choice program, including potential economic benefits for the […]

Transitions at the Clean Power Exchange

Dear Clean Power Exchange subscribers, Thank you for being a subscriber to The Clean Power Exchange e-news! CPX was created in early 2016 to help build and strengthen the Community Choice Energy movement in California. When we started there were only three CCAs up and running in California. Now, with over 20 operational agencies serving […]

Legislative Update for October 1, 2020

Yesterday was the last day for the Governor to sign bills. Below is a summary of the results of some of the bills we monitored. To save you time, we have only included bills that have been signed by the governor or are still pending on his desk. All other bills previously tracked were withdrawn […]