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Dec 21, 2021

Biden’s climate bill might be dead. But he just approved two huge solar farms

The Interior Department gave the green light Tuesday to two huge solar farms in the California desert — a reminder that the Biden administration still has tools to combat climate change even if it can’t pass the president’s “Build Back Better” bill.

Biden’s climate bill might be dead. But he just approved two huge solar farms

Dec 13, 2021

CEC’s Research Symposium to Highlight Innovations Transforming California’s Energy Future

SACRAMENTO – The California Energy Commission will hold a virtual symposium Dec. 14 and 15 focusing on innovative research and development efforts that will help transform California’s energy future.

CEC’s Research Symposium to Highlight Innovations Transforming California’s Energy Future

Nov 15, 2021

CEC Approves $1.4 Billion Plan for Zero-Emission Transportation Infrastructure and Manufacturing

SACRAMENTO – The California Energy Commission (CEC) today approved a three-year $1.4 billion plan to help California achieve its 2025 electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refueling goals. The plan closes the funding gap to speed up the state’s zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure build-out in support of Governor Gavin Newsom’s executive order phasing out the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger vehicles by 2035.

CEC Approves $1.4 Billion Plan for Zero-Emission Transportation Infrastructure and Manufacturing