PG&E Stock Tanks Once Again

October 25, 2019

PG&E has become infamous for causing wildfires of large proportions because of faulty equipment, to the extent of having filed for bankruptcy this past January. This past Wednesday a broken PG&E transmission tower started another fire in the Sonoma County, known as the Kincade Fire. This happened as PG&E began to cut power in the […]

Federal Solar Tax Credit to Reduce in 2020

October 22, 2019

The federal solar tax credit, formally known as the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), is set to reduce in 2020. Given that it is mid-to-late October, this means you only have two months or so to take advantage of the credit before it reduces. Until 2020, the credit is equal to 30% of the qualified […]

California and New England behind on 2050 emission reduction goals

October 14, 2019

Even though California and New England are two parts of the United States most committed to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, they are behind on their 2050 goals, according to several recent reports. For example, California aims to reduce emissions by 80% below 1990 levels by 2050. A report from Next 10 released on October […]

Solar Energy PPA – Lowest Pricing Record Set in California

October 3, 2019

In the past year there have been monumental advances towards building a renewable energy portfolio in the U.S. The reputation of renewables has been at stake given the lack of proper storage means, and premature technology, however recent developments in battery, and panel efficiency have allowed for California East Bay Community Energy to sign Power […]