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PG&E is harnessing the power of the sun on many levels. In fact, over 30,000 PG&E customers have already realized the power of the sun by installing photovoltaic systems – more than any other utility in the nation, and garnering PG&E the title of the most “solar integrated utility” in the U.S. PG&E, along with our customers, is taking great interest in “going solar.” Learn how this natural renewable resource can benefit you.

Go to the PG&E Solar webpage

The CEC is the state agency responsible for:
  • Forecasting future energy needs and keeping historical energy data
  • Licensing thermal power plants 50 megawatts or larger 
  • Promoting energy efficiency through appliance and building standards 
  • Developing energy technologies and supporting renewable energy 
  • Planning for and directing state response to energy emergency

Solar information for Cities' interested in promoting solar technology.                                                          


How to Follow Regulatory activities

The programs adopted by the California Energy Commission (CEC), the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) have a tremendous impact how whether Californians have clean energy sources. This page from the CEC describes the roles for each agency.

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