The Pacific Gas and Electric Company seeks a way to revise its century-old business and operating model to meet the demands of modern customers in a rapidly changing energy landscape.
Southern California Edison has been a model of how a large utility can successfully adapt to climate control regulations requiring an increase in renewable energy.
Energy in our homes or businesses is something we expect as a matter of course, yet with climate change, utilities like Eversource must adapt to a huge series of new variables thrown into the mix just to keep the lights on.
Con Edison’s 13th Street Power Facility erupts in light as water floods the station. Half of Manhattan goes dark and Hurricane Sandy rages on.
California based Pacific Gas and Electric leading the way to supply sustainable electricity and reduce its carbon footprint
Horizon Power responded to a recent bushfire by piloting a community solar project that takes customers off the grid. This post explores the opportunity for expanding the program to counter challenges posed by climate change, and what it would take for Horizon to deliver.
While the rise of residential solar has been a major win for clean energy advocates, net metering policies have put undue burden on low income households
Regulatory mandates in California create a massive shift toward renewable energy sources for PG&E, the state’s second largest utility. As renewable energy technologies mature, new innovations may challenge its capital intensive model.
How one of the country's largest utilities is coping with the physical and regulatory challenges of climate change.
Hawaii has the highest electricity costs in the nation, making it uniquely motivated to lead the country in seeking 100% renewable energy generation by 2045.