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Phase I of Final Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan Now Publicly Available

Following a public comment period and an extensive nine-month revision effort, the first phase of the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan is finalized and available to the public. The initial draft of the DRECP, which...more

12/1/2015  /  Conservation , DRECP , Renewable Energy

Gov. Brown Makes More Renewable Energy a State Goal

Gov. Jerry Brown recently proposed that California increase its percentage of renewable energy from 33 to 50 percent. An effort by the State to do so would reenergize large-scale renewable energy development in California...more

Comments Sought on Draft Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan

There are about two months left in the public comment period on the draft of the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation plan released by regulators in December, according to The Desert Sun. As the article explains, the goal of...more

12/10/2014  /  Conservation , Renewable Energy

Congress Moves to Assist Renewable Development on Government Land

Congress recently considered three bills intended to facilitate renewable energy development on federal lands. On July 29, the House Natural Resources Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources considered H.R....more

SB 871 Bumps Back Repeal of Solar Energy Exclusion by Eight Years

Solar Energy Systems Will Continue to Be Excluded from Full Cash Value of Real Property - A new law extending the exclusion of solar energy systems from affecting the full cash value of real property for taxation...more

Study Estimates Renewable Energy Could Generate $4 Billion to Aid in Salton Sea Restoration

The Imperial Irrigation District (IID) has released the “Salton Sea Revenue Potential Study” which estimates that development of renewable energy in the Salton Sea area could generated $4 billion in revenues for Salton Sea...more

1/23/2014  /  Energy , Renewable Energy
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