Monthly connection fees are good for the climate. Regular readers of this blog are well aware that the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) published a proposed decision on reforming net … Continue Reading Everyone Should Pay a “Solar Tax”
Twelve months after the Texas power crisis and we’ve already forgotten the key lesson. One year ago record-breaking cold weather was bearing down on Texas. Surging electricity demand and supply … Continue Reading The Most Obvious Way to Avoid Another Texas Blackout
My experience managing a rental property illustrates barriers to electric vehicle charging and ways to overcome them. Go for a walk in a dense urban area, like where I live … Continue Reading Electric Vehicles for Renters: Getting Landlords to Act
Readers were drawn to timely analysis on rooftop solar, the Texas power crisis and building electrification. Over one million California households and businesses have put solar panels on their roofs. … Continue Reading Top 10 Energy Institute Blog Posts of 2021
New research examines the economics of cordon zones. Source: Wikimedia Autumn means different things to different people—for some it’s the changing leaves, for others it’s college football, or decorative gourds, … Continue Reading Cordon Zone Pricing: An Essential Tool for a Better Transportation Future
One very small public utility in the Sierras tries to implement more cost-based rate design. Kirkwood Meadows Public Utility District – by some measures, the smallest electric utility in California … Continue Reading The Little Utility that Could?
Don’t forget about the 11 million U.S. households that heat with these fuels. U.S. households are bracing for high winter heating bills. While it isn’t as bad as what’s going … Continue Reading The Geography of Heating Oil and Propane