Hudson Sangree

CAISO / West Correspondent

 

 
Hudson is a former reporter at The Sacramento Bee, where he covered real estate and other business topics, as well as courts, local government and breaking news. Previously he was a staff writer at the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals, the nation’s largest legal dailies, where he wrote about California’s energy crisis in the early 2000s. He holds a journalism degree from Stanford University and a J.D. from the Northeastern University School of Law in Boston. He has successfully avoided becoming an attorney for the last 20 years by working as a journalist. He lives in Sacramento with his wife and son.
 

 

Most Recent News

April 12, 2021
Western states must work together to build transmission avoid blackouts, Idaho Power CEO Lisa Grow and CAISO CEO Elliot Mainzer agreed. | © RTO Insider LLC
April 11, 2021
Some California lawmakers want the woody biomass from forest thinning efforts to be used for electricity generation. | DTE Energy
April 6, 2021
The Sonoma County District Attorney’s office filed 33 criminal charges against PG&E in connection with the Kincade Fire. | © RTO Insider LLC
April 5, 2021
The debate over using large-scale blackouts to prevent wildfires in California has become more urgent as the state heads into another fire season. | Technosylva
March 31, 2021
A NARUC report says California will need to use more advanced planning methods to ensure resource adequacy with an ever-growing reliance on renewables. | NRRI
March 25, 2021
The California PUC and CAISO instituted new resource adequacy requirements and conservation programs in preparation for the coming summer. | California PUC
March 24, 2021
Nuclear energy is not only one component but “key” to the world’s carbon-free future, Nuclear Energy Institute CEO Maria Korsnick said. | NEI
March 23, 2021
The Zogg Fire started when a leaning tree struck a PG&E power line, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said. | Jeff Head via Flickr
March 22, 2021
Fellow Democrats are questioning California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget proposal to spend $1.5 billion to accelerate the adoption of zero-emissions vehicles. | California State Assembly
March 18, 2021
The California Energy Commission earmarked up to $50 million in incentives for medium- and heavy-duty zero-emission vehicle charging infrastructure. | Penske Truck Leasing