Why California Keeps Having Blackouts

As Californians again experience rolling blackouts, and millions more are threatened with losing power, Stanford University economics and energy-markets professor Frank Wolak said it was clear  “California policy makers completely forgot the lessons from the crisis…in their rush to go green.” Read more →

New Mexico approves 100% renewables + storage replacement for San Juan coal capacity

New Mexico regulators unanimously approved a plan to add renewable energy and storage to replace a portion of the San Juan Generating Station's capacity owned by Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM). The portfolio includes 650 MW of new solar resources and 300 MW of battery storage, totaling over $1 billion in investments within the districts impacted by the San Juan plant closure. Read more →