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CalWEA Comments on San Diego County Statement on Health Impacts of Wind

CalWEA wrote to the San Diego County Planning Commission that it is gratified that the County’s Public Health Services has conducted a thorough review of the peer-reviewed science and other materials related to the human health impacts of wind turbines.  The agency concluded that "the available scientific evidence suggests that ...

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Renewable Energy Industry Comments on PG&E's Impending Bankruptcy

CalWEA and virtually all other renewable energy trade groups sent a letter to Governor Newsom and legislative leaders today, urging them “to seek immediate assurance from PG&E that its energy-supplier contracts will be affirmed and that generation interconnection deposits supporting new renewable energy projects will be protected and used to develop the transmission upgrades necessary to interconnect those projects.”

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Hooray for S.B.100! Now What?

CalWEA Executive Director Nancy Rader and CalWEA Siting Advisor Anne E. Mudge discuss what SB 100 means for wind energy in California and the California market.

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California Renewable Energy Associations Comment on CPUC Customer Choice 'Green Book'

Today, CalWEA, together with most of California’s utility-scale renewable energy industry associations, issued joint comments in response to the California Public Utilities Commission’s draft Customer Choice “Green Book.” Among other things, the comments ask the CPUC to assess the risk that some load-serving entities will not be able to shoulder their share of the state’s renewable energy and greenhouse-gas-reduction targets in the near-term.

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Renewable Energy Advocates Highlight Urgency of Addressing Utility Wildfire Liability

Today, CalWEA joined with virtually all other renewable energy trade groups in sending a letter to the Governor and Legislature regarding the urgent need to address the unlimited liability that the investor-owned utilities are facing after the wildfires, which threatens their solvency -- and, in turn, California's renewable energy and climate goals.