Utilities and others say incentives for rooftop panels are driving up electric bills for poor and working-class families.
subsidy that helped make residential solar affordable and mainstream in
sun-kissed California may have reached its limit.
The state’s biggest utilities are calling on California regulators to reduce the credit customers get
Meet the newest Mensa member in the United States!
Kashe Quest has an IQ of 146 at the age of two, about 50 points higher than the average American's 98. Kashe is now a mini-member of Mensa, the world's oldest high-IQ society.The bright Los Angeles youngster
Top Biden administration officials unveiled their plan to get the first-ever wind farms floating off the California coast, despite longstanding Pentagon concerns that turbines would complicate military training exercises in the region.
Under the new agreement, the
administration is targeting potential wind leasing that could power 1.6
Leading digital growth, OTT development and advertising agency Answer Media takes a stake in OTT video processing and distribution service provider Dooya Media Group, creating an aggregated advertising offering with sales led by Answer Media.
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distribution and advertising, Answer Media
In an overpowering predator-prey role reversal, the spiny invertebrates pin the sea stars' bodies.
Sea urchins are underwater lawnmowers, capable of uprooting entire nearshore habitats with their insatiable vegetarian appetites. New research indicates that the spiny invertebrates would also sink their teeth into something a little
The U.S. power grid, the biggest machine on Earth, delivers more than $400 billion of electricity a year through almost 7 million miles (11 million kilometers) of transmission and distribution lines.
This interconnected system of generating plants, wires, transformers and substations keeps the lights on for the
California’s $459 billion state pension fund is throwing its weight behind a bill that it says would help it compete as a lender in the market for private debt, where borrowers prize secrecy.
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System is supporting a measure in the state Legislature that
After decades playing supporting roles in sci-fi fantasies from “The Jetsons” to “Blade Runner,” air taxis are getting closer to takeoff.
Companies around the globe are testing dozens of models and working with regulators on certification. Most startups are developing battery-powered aircraft that look like a hybrid
Who is John T. Wells?
John T. Wells is an experienced digital media executive who has been at the forefront of online video, marketing, and e-commerce. He is skilled in building media businesses, strategic business development, and managing diverse teams of all sizes and successfully negotiated
Faced with another historic dry spell, California has overcome its squeamishness about "toilet-to-tap.” So should we all.
a few dystopian fantasies depict a future in which humanity’s water supply
derives from recycled human waste. As Frank Herbert imagined it in his 1965
novel "Dune" — now a much-anticipated fall 2021