The effects of climate change are starting to impact crop yields in California’s Central Valley. Don Cameron is a farmer, solar power advocate, and leader in the effort to improve groundwater recharge in the Valley. He sees a connection between climate change and the need to plan for responsible groundwater use. “Cameron, who is also a board member of the […]
“A program that allows homeowners to pay for energy efficiency upgrades over time, without putting money down upfront, became available on Tuesday to residents living in unincorporated San Joaquin County.” Energy program spreads through SJ, by Alex Breitler, Record, April 19, 2016.
Farmers are seeing the benefits of solar both through cost reduction and as a way to fortify their infrastructure to protect against outages. “Solar and agriculture experts say solar is one of the few ways farmers can control rising business costs. Many growers have little to no flexibility in cutting expenses like feed, labor and […]
“On March 9, 2016, Maria Hinojosa, host of the cutting edge NPR show Latino USA, came from New York to Sacramento to moderate a panel on Inequality and Climate Change before a live audience.” “The lack of sufficient programs so that low-income residents have access to solar panels for their roofs or neighborhoods and electric […]
The Clean Energy Cluster along with its sponsors will host the 2016 On-Site Energy Conference on April 8, 2016 Join Clean Power Exchange’s Woody Hastings for a breakout session during the event. Details coming soon! Breakout sessions Co-generation Energy Storage Solar Food Waste to Energy Featured speakers Paul Hughes, The Wonderful Company Mark McAffee, […]
The City of Davis and Yolo County have both voted to take steps towards creating a Community Choice Aggregation program. This program would give residents the choice of cleaner energy sources at lower prices, beginning in less than two years. “The goal is lofty: to provide more renewable energy, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and give […]
Southern California Edison to renew its franchise contract with Kings County to provide electricity to Hanford and Armona for the next 30 years. “In exchange for letting the utility operate, the county gets 2 percent of SCE’s gross annual receipts arising from the utility’s uses under the franchise, which mainly involves the sale of electricity to local […]