California PUC Approves Landmark PG&E “Smart Utility” Project

April 26, 2010 at 4:41 pm

Many states and countries have aggressive targets for renewable energy, including 30 U.S. states and the European Union (see graphic). A typical target is 20 percent by 2020, though the most aggressive is California, with 33 percent by the same date. Last week, the California PUC approved PG&E’s solar plan – complete with an increase of $1.45 billion in rate base and the associated profits. And the plan will increase, not reduce, reliability.

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