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Customers Discover Energy-Efficient Products on the PG&E Marketplace

Customers Discover Energy-Efficient Products on the PG&E Marketplace

PG&E launches online market for energy efficient products Electric Light & Power, April 24, 2017 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. launched the updated PG&E Marketplace with a new user interface and design. PG&E Marketplace is a website for customers to find energy-saving appliances and consumer electronics. The site allows customers to discover energy-efficient products and

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Diablo Canyon Nuclear Reactors Replaced with Renewable Energy

California Goes Nuclear Free As Diablo Canyon Closes In Favor Of Renewables Cleantechnica, June 22, 2016 California, the world’s sixth largest economy, has announced it will go nuclear free as it replaces the Diablo Canyon nuclear reactors with renewable energy. Californian utility PG&E announced a Joint Proposal with labor and leading environmental organizations this week that

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Five Utilities Confirm the Benefits of Decoupling

The Evidence Is In: Decoupling Spurs Energy Efficiency Investment NRDC, April 5, 2016. Image credit: fdecomite The current research was prompted by questions raised about decoupling during our work in Minnesota last year when the state’s largest electric utility, Xcel Energy, with the support of NRDC and Fresh Energy, implemented Minnesota’s first electric decoupling mechanism. To

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Retrofit Project Offsets Carbon Footprint by 686 mT Annually

Largest Energy Efficiency Retrofit Moves Forward San Luis Obispo County, November 3, 2015. Image credit: Fred Scharmen Today the County of San Luis Obispo Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the largest energy efficiency retrofit in the government agency’s history, a move that will reduce environmental impacts and save energy and operational costs over time. The County

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Microgrids Building Resiliency in San Francisco

San Francisco braces for the Big One with microgrids Green Biz, October 26, 2015. Image credit: Jeff Perkins Just last year, a 6.0 magnitude earthquake knocked out power to more than 40,000 people in the San Francisco Bay area. This was the fourth earthquake of magnitude 6 or greater to hit the Bay Area since

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PG&E Supports Georgetown University Energy Prize

PG&E Supports Northern California Cities in $5 Million Georgetown University Energy Efficiency Competition PG&E, January 14, 2015   Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will provide technical support and up to $20,000 in funding for each of five cities within its service territory named as semifinalists in the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a nationwide energy efficiency

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