PG&E’s bankruptcy could slow California’s fight against climate change

on Jan15
by | Comments Off on PG&E’s bankruptcy could slow California’s fight against climate change |

Ravi Manghani, director of energy storage at the research and consulting firm Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables, said existing clean-energy contracts “will likely get renegotiated,” with project owners being forced to accept lower payments. But in the long run, he said, California officials “are still committed to the renewable future, and it’s not like the region’s resource and reliability needs disappear with the bankruptcy.”



Previous postFDA resuming some food inspections halted by shutdown Next postWalgreens has now teamed up with Microsoft after deal with Verily


Los Angeles Financial times


Copyright © 2021 Los Angeles Financial times

Updates via RSS
or Email