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PG&E partners with Ford Motor on bidirectional EV charging – EQ Mag Pro

California utility PG&E Corp PCG.N is partnering with U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co F.N to bring bidirectional charging electric vehicles to its customers, the utility’s chief executive said on Thursday. “We’re announcing today our partnership with Ford Motor Co to bring bidirectional charging vehicles, specifically the Ford F-150 Lightning, to the PG&E customers,” Patti Poppe […]

Plans backed for Birmingham NEC electric vehicle charging hub – EQ Mag Pro

California Utilities Propose Lower Payments on Rooftop Solar

Bloomberg – California’s three big investor-owned utilities proposed changes to the state’s rooftop-solar program that would lead to new connection charges and lower compensation for customers who install panels on their homes. PG&E Corp., Edison International’s Southern California Edison and Sempra Energy’s San Diego Gas & Electric filed a joint proposal Monday with state regulators […]

Candela renewables start construction on the first project, breaks ground with partner naturgy’s first u.s.-based project

California Sets $200M Budget for ‘Complex, Multi-Property Microgrid’ Projects

Utility funding for community resilience against fire-prevention outages doesn’t go far enough, microgrid groups argue. California regulators have approved a microgrid plan directing $200 million to help communities build networks that can supply power through the state’s extended wildfire-prevention blackouts, a task expected to take years to move from planning to completing its first projects. […]

Candela renewables start construction on the first project, breaks ground with partner naturgy’s first u.s.-based project

PG&E to expand its BESS projects with 387 MW of capacity

New Projects Totaling 387 Megawatts of Capacity to Come Online by August 2023 Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has requested California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approval of six additional battery energy storage projects totaling 387 megawatts (MW) of capacity, intended to further integrate clean energy from renewable generation sources while helping to ensure future […]

UN calls for ‘global coalition on battery storage’ – EQ Mag Pro

Portland General Electric Jumps Into Virtual Power Plant Business

Oregon’s largest electric utility wants a better understanding of the value of home batteries in grid operation and planning. Portland General Electric, the largest utility in Oregon, is jumping into the cutting-edge business of turning home batteries into grid resources. The company announced this week that it has received approval from regulators to link up […]

Maoneng receives Mornington Peninsula battery grid connection assessment approval – EQ Mag Pro

PG&E Poised to Expand Battery Energy Storage Capacity by More Than 420 MW

  Projects intended to further integrate clean energy from renewable generation sources while ensuring future reliability of the electric system. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) has requested approval of five energy storage projects totaling 423 MW, in a filing with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The projects are intended to further integrate clean […]

UN calls for ‘global coalition on battery storage’ – EQ Mag Pro

California Finalizes Plan Shifting Key Energy Storage Incentive Toward Blackout Resilience

State to spend half a billion dollars by 2024 helping vulnerable customers install on-site batteries, a big change for the market. California regulators have finalized plans to direct more than half a billion dollars in behind-the-meter battery incentives over the next four years to customers most at risk of being impacted by the state’s increasingly […]

Candela renewables start construction on the first project, breaks ground with partner naturgy’s first u.s.-based project

California Seeks to Shift Major Battery Incentive Toward Fire, Blackout Resiliency

CPUC proposes to spend $613 million of total $1.2 billion SGIP budget through 2024 on battery-solar systems for high-fire-risk customers. Over its 13-year history, California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program has been the state’s primary driver for distributed solar, biomass power systems, fuel cells. and, over the past half-decade or so, behind-the-meter batteries. Now California regulators are […]

Candela renewables start construction on the first project, breaks ground with partner naturgy’s first u.s.-based project

PG&E Raises Costs for Electric Cars by 25%. Nobody Blinks.

There’s been very little coverage of something that you might imagine would be a big change in the world of electric cars. Northern California is definitely the world’s EV capital (outside China) with the most cars on offer and sold, and of course it is the home of Tesla. The primary electric utility there is […]

NMC to convert 10,000 autorickshaws to EVs – EQ Mag Pro

Enphase: Demand for Solar-Battery Systems Could Soar After California Blackouts

Grid woes “will only increase the attach rates for storage” in country’s biggest rooftop solar market, Enphase CEO says. Enphase’s current growth is based around its core solar microinverter business. But in discussing the company’s Q3 earnings Tuesday, CEO Badri Kothandaraman focused on how Enphase’s soon-to-launch integrated energy storage system could aid Californians facing the […]

UN calls for ‘global coalition on battery storage’ – EQ Mag Pro