Southern California Utility Plans $12 Billion Investment to Light Up Electric Grid
|November 5, 2015||View for printing|
The primary electricity supply company in Southern California hopes to upgrade the system so it has a more green impact on the environment.
"Someday, there may be a marketplace where customers sell the power they generate while others are buying it," Craver said. "Think Bitcoin or eBay, platforms that match buyer or seller on an individual basis. We're preparing for that day when we may provide that platform using our network."
by Ivan Penn, Los Angeles Times
California?s goal is 50% carbon-free by 2030. Northwestern Energy is almost 60% carbon free by actual output and almost 70% carbon-free by nameplate right now ? and with much lower prices.
Can't wait to see how Northwestern will innovate in the new energy environment.
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