distributed generation

Renewable energy white paper released by Berkeley/UCLA Law & California Attorney General’s Office

As part of an ongoing series of white papers on business and climate change, UC Berkeley and UCLA Schools of Law, together with the California Attorney General’s Office, is pleased to release our second white paper, on the topic of increasing renewable energy production from large public and commercial buildings, highway land, aqueducts, and other …


Move Over, Summer of Love. It’s Time for Power Flower

We tend to think of renewable power as coming in two sizes: single home-sized photovoltaic arrays, or big, remotely-located power plants.  Thus, we pour incentive dollars on solar homes, and place a tremendous emphasis on building large new transmission lines.  Perhaps it is time to review this approach, and consider what we can do to …