Energy

April 8, 2014

Matt Petersen—City of LA's Sustainability Agenda

City of LA Chief Sustainability Officer Matt Petersen discusses the city's water, waste, and energy priorities.

April 7, 2014

Cities and Sustainability—Best and Brightest

Colin Tetreault and Robyn Beavers discuss how cities can encourage industries to move toward sustainability.

January 24, 2014

Lancaster, California’s Mayor Rex Parris Leads City to Become First to Mandate Residential Solar Energy

Mayor of Lancaster R. Rex Parris shares how his city has come to mandate rooftop solar for all new residential single-family homes, and where he hopes to go from here.

December 4, 2013

Congressman Earl Blumenauer Proposes 15-cent Increase to the Federal Gas Tax

Congressman Earl Blumenauer introduces the UPDATE Act to raise the federal gas tax and support transportation infrastructure at a federal level.

September 24, 2013

James Kelly on Emerging Value of Sensors, Data Analytics, and Grid Stability

James Kelly, formerly of Southern California Edison and now a strategic advisor to GRIDiant Corporation, among other startups, discusses the role of Embedded Network Sensing (ENS) in generating data on the electric grid.

September 24, 2013

California Redefines Solar Net Metering, Will Restructure Residential Electricity Rates

Sanjay Ranchod, Assistant General Counsel and Director of Policy and Electricity Markets at SolarCity, talks AB 327 and net metering with The Planning Report.

September 13, 2013

Amy Myers Jaffe Explicates the Shale Oil Revolution

Amy Myers Jaffe, Executive Director for Energy and Sustainability at University of California, Davis, examines the cyclic nature of oil markets and how this may destabilize the security of alternative energy and fuel markets.

May 8, 2013

The Planning Report Endorses Eric Garcetti for Mayor of Los Angeles

The Planning Report endorses Councilman Eric Garcetti for Mayor of Los Angeles.

February 19, 2013

James Kelly Forecasts Growth of Smart Grid Sector

James Kelly, former Senior Vice President of Regulatory and Environmental Policy for Southern California Edison, charts the fast-evolving changes and innovations of today’s smart grid sector.

February 19, 2013

David Jacot: LADWP’s New Director of Energy Efficiency Has a Mandate & $267 Million to Spend

Interview with David Jacot, Director of Energy Efficiency at the LADWP, on the $267-million energy efficiency budget for the next two fiscal years.

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