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California Energy Markets
This Week in California Energy Markets
Updated: October 20, 2017
  • PG&E Facing Scrutiny Over Wildfires...
  • SMUD Bids to Provide Key Services for East Bay CCA...
  • IOUs’ Green Tariffs, Community Renewables Slow to Get Going...
An Insider's View Into How Two Key Energy Bills Died
Updated: October 18, 2017
Gov. Jerry Brown's effort to propose a bill in the final days of the legislative session to revamp governance of the California Independent System Operator was problematic and caused a lot of collateral damage in the Legislature, according to Kip Lipper, a top consultant to Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León.
Clearing Up
This Week in Clearing Up
Updated: October 20, 2017
  • Mid-C Hourly Coordinating Agreement Fades Into History...
  • Pot’s Power Demand Large in Washington, But Integration Smooth...
  • LEDs Help NW Utilities Blow Past 7th Plan’s 2016 Conservation Target...
Utility Business Models, Regulation Must Adapt
Updated: October 18, 2017
As a number of trends influence the electric industry -- among them technology, environmental issues, customer engagement, big data and lack of load growth -- both the utility business model and utility regulation need to adapt, writes contributing columnist Phil Jones.
Western Price Survey
Pipeline Disruptions & Price Spikes Lead to Mixed Prices
Updated: October 20, 2017
Electricity and gas prices were mixed this week, as natural gas pipeline disruptions in Southern California sparked gas values to rise, while power prices saw late-week spikes at some hubs.


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