SF Officials See PG&E Bankruptcy As Chance To Expand Public Power ProgramSan Francisco city officials are viewing PG&E's plans to file for bankruptcy as an opportunity to purchase the utility company's infrastructure and expand the city's public power program.
Measure Introduced To Protect PG&E From Fire Liability, BankruptcyPG&E and other utilities companies could be protected from possible bankruptcy by a measure being introduced in California's legislature.
Gov. Brown Signs Historic Green Energy BillCalifornia would set a goal of phasing out all fossil fuels from the state's electricity sector by 2045 under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Hayward Parts Ways With PG&E And Switches To 100% Renewable EnergyThe city of Hayward is parting ways with PG&E and moving to more environmentally-friendly ways to produce electricity.
Bitcoin Boom May Be A Disaster For The EnvironmentWithout a significant change in how transactions are processed, bitcoin could be consuming enough electricity to power the U.S. by the middle of 2019.
California's Insurance Commissioner Upsets Coal CountryOfficials from Oklahoma are asking California's insurance commissioner to stop pressing insurance companies to publicly disclose fossil fuel investments and divest from the coal industry,
Google To Run Completely Off Renewable Energy In 2017Google is making a 100 percent commitment to green energy in 2017, making it the number one purchaser of renewable energy in the U.S.
San Francisco's National Park Named 'Federal Green Energy Champion'Congratulations are in order for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Heat Wave Prompts 2nd Flex Alert In A Row Called For CaliforniaA Flex Alert called by the Operators of California’s electricity grid continues Thursday as states across the West swelter.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Bay Area Consumer Prices Jump 2.8% In 12 Months Outpacing Regional, National PricesPrices for consumer goods and services in the San Francisco Bay Area rose 2.6 percent in the last 12 months ending in August according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.