California Regulator OKs Solar Panels Mandate For New HomesThe commission estimates solar panels would boost construction costs for a single-family home by roughly $10,000.
Can California Go 100 Percent Green By 2045?A measure passed the California senate that would require all power to come from alternative energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydroelectric.
California's Climate Fight Comes Down To Late NegotiationsGov. Jerry Brown has made climate change the centerpiece of his final tenure by laying out the most aggressive benchmark in North America, which would reduce California's carbon footprint and boost the state's renewable energy use to 50 percent in 15 years.
Sacramento Solar Industry Heats Up Given The State MandateGovernor Jerry Brown announced at his most recent inauguration that 50 percent of California’s electricity will be derived from renewable sources by 2030.
CEO Helping Sacramento Residences & Businesses Go SolarAbe Emard, CEO of SUNWorks, is working "to provide safe, clean, and reliable solar power to help businesses achieve energy independence.”
At Wal-Mart, Obama Touts Steps On Solar PowerCalling it the right thing to do for America's bottom line, President Barack Obama announced new steps Friday by companies, local governments and his own administration to deploy solar technology, showcasing steps to combat climate change that don't require consent from a disinclined Congress.
Call Kurtis Investigates: State Agency Made Half A Million Dollar Mistake In Energy RebatesA Call Kurtis investigation looks into a state agency that paid more than half a million dollars in rebates that never should've been paid.
California Sets Nation's Highest Renewable Power GoalsGov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation requiring California utilities to get one-third of their power from renewable sources, giving the state the most aggressive alternative energy mandate in the U.S.
Legislature Approves Renewable Energy RulesCalifornia lawmakers have approved a bill that would create the most ambitious renewable energy standards in the nation, giving utilities less than 10 years to receive one-third of their power from wind, solar and other alternative sources.