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  • PG&E Targeting Growth to Serve Electric Car Segment

    November 17, 2009By 2020, 219,000 customers of PG&E (PCG) may say goodbye to those trips to the gas station. No more spinning dials at the pump – $20.00, $40.00, $80.00, etc. Instead ... Source: Seeking Alpha
  • Next Industrial Revolution

    November 10, 2009A new global deal to tackle climate change will not only be good for business, it is crucial to achieve sustainable growth for the global economy. Source: The Korea Times
  • Cold Shoulder for Smart Grid Stimulus Actually a Vote of Confidence, Says PG&E

    November 5, 2009Updated with clarification and additional information about the utilities' stimulus funding: Two major California utilities - Pacific Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison - were noticeably absent from the ... Source: Earth2Tech
  • PG&E installing 13,000 smart meters per day

    November 4, 2009California utility Pacific Gas and Electric is installing smart meters at a rate of 13,000 units a day and aims to have 10 million of the meters deployed by 2012, ... Source: Reuters News
  • PG&E's Smart Grid Challenges and Solutions by the Region

    November 4, 2009The big California utility has to think regionally when planning smart grid projects like plug–in vehicle charging systems, says PG&E’s Andrew Tang. Source: GreentechMedia
  • Smart Meter Installations to Climb Beyond 250M by 2015: Report

    November 1, 2009The smart grid buildout could be one of the largest creators of wealth in the decade, smart grid analyst Jesse Berst has said. The installation of more than 250 million ... Source: Earth2Tech
  • Solar project to sell watts to PG&E

    October 27, 2009A 250-megawatt solar project planned for federal land just east of the Coachella Valley will sell its power to Pacific Gas and Electric Company, providing the Northern California utility with ... Source: The Desert Sun
  • Abengoa Solar plans California plant

    October 26, 2009Power company Abengoa Solar’s Colorado-based U.S. division said Monday it will build a 250-megawatt solar thermal power plant in California and sell the electricity to Pacific Gas & Electric Co., ... Source: Denver Business Journal
  • PG&E warms to solar, signs contracts for 500 MW

    October 26, 2009Pacific Gas & Electric has signed contracts to buy 500 megawatts-worth of power from two solar companies, NextEra Energy Resources and Abengoa Solar. The former will depend on huge parabolic ... Source: VentureBeat
  • Clusters of plug-in cars will tax local power grids

    October 20, 2009If plug-in electric cars become popular in your neighborhood, you may face an electricity supply crunch when it comes to charging. There have been a number of studies measuring whether ... Source: CNET News
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