Articles from the "CalWEA in the Media" category.
CalWEA in the Media
Reform of Arcane CAISO Policies Could Deliver Huge Ratepayer Benefits
Extending the Life of Diablo Canyon Should Not Divert Attention from California's Clean Energy Path
Any attempt to extend the license of Diablo Canyon should not divert from solving the challenges that are slowing the transition to clean, renewable energy, including reforming permitting and grid access policies and promoting resource diversity. Read more in CalWEA's editorial published in California Energy Markets.
The Wild Ways Local Governments Are Blocking Renewable Energy
This new report from Columbia Law School’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law chronicles at least 100 ordinances in 31 states (including California) that block or constrict construction of new renewable energy facilities. CalWEA concurs with the report that “At a time when the U.S. needs to be stepping up renewables installation, these laws are slowing the transition.”
Renewable advocates bristle at Biden's move to preserve California desert land use plan
Another good article on the Biden Admin.'s misguided tanking of amendments to the misguided Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan.