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SCE considers power shutoffs in parts of Southern California with Santa Ana winds incoming

SCE considers power shutoffs in parts of Southern California with Santa Ana winds incoming. More than 32,000 Southern California Edison customers in Los Angeles and Riverside counties could be without power for part of Thanksgiving Day as the utility considers measures to protect public safety in the face of low humidity and looming Santa Ana winds that will increase the chance of dangerous wildfires.

A red-flag warning, signifying fire weather danger, was issued by the National Weather Service

California updates proposal on solar incentives that reduces costs but pays less

The state is working to reform the previous proposal that made solar hard to afford for lower-income households but, in turn, will tank the grid sell-back rates in what some groups are calling a ‘hidden tax.’ The California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) new solar energy proposal removes a previously proposed monthly grid tax that could’ve …

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CPUC issues revised proposal to cut paybacks to rooftop solar customers, AGAIN

California Public Utilities Commission issues revised proposal to cut paybacks to rooftop solar customers, AGAIN. The proposal, issued by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on Thursday, would revamp the state’s “net energy metering” (NEM) solar tariff, which has enabled households to get credit on their electricity bills at retail rates and offset monthly energy …

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