Calif. Bill Would Introduce ‘Clean Peak Energy Standard’ March 27, 2017By Robert MullinA California lawmaker introduced a bill in the State Assembly that would require utilities to meet an increasing amount of their peak energy demand with renewables and storage. Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know?Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic:California Zero-Carbon Power Bill AdvancesA California Senate bill that would require utilities to obtain all their electricity from zero-carbon sources by the end of 2045 advanced through a key committee in the Assembly. | California State AssemblyCalifornia Utilities Exceeding Renewable RequirementsCalifornia electricity suppliers have met the state’s 25% renewable generation requirement, in many cases exceeding it substantially, the PUC says.Aliso Canyon Measure Clears Calif. Assembly CommitteeA key California State Assembly committee advanced a Senate bill requiring publicly owned utilities in the Los Angeles Basin to support deployment of DER and energy storage. | © RTO Insider Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.