California’s October Fuel and August Electricity Prices Continue Outpacing the Rest of the USA

Review the monthly update for energy and fuel consumption in California

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Presidential Election 2020: Biden on Energy and Climate Change

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Even Good Intentions Can Have Harmful Consequences

How do California's environmental policies affect our minority communities?

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California’s Energy Costs Continue Outpacing the Rest of the USA

October Update: Proposed Green Policies Will Exacerbate Costs to Ratepayers

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Power Vampires in Your Home

What can you do to lower your power cost at home?

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California Air Resources Board Says Newsom’s Plan for a 100% ZEV Future Needs Big Cash Now

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California’s Electric Car Utopia

California proposes an all-electric car future, but where will the electricity come from?

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California Governor Bans Gasoline Cars, State to Go All-Electric in 2035

Is the Golden State Ready to Give Up their Cars?

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California Issues Draft Report on Costs to Reach 100% Renewable Energy Goal

Meeting Clean Energy Goals Calls for Massive Build Out of Renewables and Significant Added Costs

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AUGUST 2020 UPDATE – California’s Energy Costs Continue Outpacing the Rest of the Country

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California Poised to Set New Record for CO2 Emissions from Wildfires

What is the effect of California's wildfires on carbon emissions? If California sought to offset those emissions, how would we do it?

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Be Careful What You Wish For…You Just Might Get It

Marathon Petroleum Company's recent announcement to indefinitely idle facilities has brought negative backlash from unions and community leaders.

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Does California Need a Bridge to a Green Future?

A heatwave in the West strains California's energy supply and necessitates rolling blackouts. How can policymakers help keep Californians lights on?

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UPDATE – California’s Energy Costs Continue Outpacing the Rest of the USA, Struggling Lower Income Families Hit the Hardest

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California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project Takes from the Poor and Gives to the Rich

California Democratic Assemblyman Jim Cooper recently pointed out some of the inequities in California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP).

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To The Essential Workers Doing The Essential Work: Thank You

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Update – California’s Energy Costs Continue Outpacing the Rest of the USA

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Are Green Energy Policies Creating More Dependence on Foreign Countries?

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California Regulators Say Diesel Generators Will Be Keeping the Lights On

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California’s Gas Tax Increase Will Hurt Low-Income Workers Most

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Saharan Dust Storm to Hit U.S.

Learn more about the annual Sarahan dust storm and its impact on technology and the economy.

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California’s Energy Costs are Outpacing the Rest of the USA

Even during COVID-19, California energy costs are significantly higher than the rest of the US.

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Ozone Hits 5 Year High in Los Angeles Area

Despite dramatic reductions in vehicle travel due to the COVID-19 shutdown, ozone concentrations in LA area actually increased.

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The Green New Deal and COVID-19

Is the COVID-19 Economic Disaster a Prequel to What the Green New Deal Would Bring?

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NEW STUDY: The Pacific Research Institute & Free-Market Energy Policies

Learn more about the Pacific Research Institute latest study, which reviews California's deployment of energy policies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 Stopped the World, but It Didn’t Stop Global Warming

The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating and may result in a dislocation of the world’s economy.

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Why are So Many Oil Tankers Parked on California Shores?

The U.S. Coast Guard recently published a photograph of more than 3 dozen oil tankers parked along California’s coastline, with nowhere to drop their oil.

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What is Happening with the Oil Markets?

The eyes of the world are on the oil markets these days.  From Saudi Arabi and Russia arguing over output, to an agreement to reduce output at OPEC.

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An American Energy Policy: California Should Get On Board

The COVID-19 pandemic has already brought to light a flaw in the national economy most Americans never think about: our dependence on China and its supply chain for the goods we use every day.

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Fossil Fuels: The Unsung Heroes in the Fight Against COVID-19?

A Forbes article investigates how the Coronavirus pandemic highlights our nation's reliance on fossil fuels for every day goods & services.

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Why Are We Continuing to Support The Foreign Oil Companies that are Decimating Our Economy

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The True Cost of an Electric Vehicle

Clickbait articles would have you think electric vehicles are absolutely cheaper than gas vehicles, but the true cost of an electric vehicle is not so black and white.

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A Quadruple Increase in Your Minimum Electric Bill?

With energy fees at an all-time high in California, San Diego Gas & Electric proposed an increase in its minimum bill charge from $10 to $38, a nearly quadruple increase.

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Thank the Drivers and their Driving Force: Oil Workers

In the midst of this global pandemic, let's thank the truck drivers and delivery people working tirelessly to keep our houses supplied and the oil workers producing the fuel that keeps them moving.

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A Road Full of Potholes: Reducing Greenhouse Gases in Transportation

Vehicle sales in California are dropping, including zero-emission vehicles. What will it take to make it to the 2030 goal of 5 million ZEVs?

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Report: Carbon Neutrality “Possible” – At What Cost?

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's new report states there are many routes to achieving carbon neutrality, but additional cost could range from $8 billion to $14 billion annually.

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High Cost of Living Drives Out Californians

53% of Californians and an astounding 63% of millennials consider leaving the state due to skyrocketing cost of living.

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Using California’s Influence to Reform Social Justice Worldwide

California is a leader on women’s rights and the rights of the LGBTQ community across America and can influence the world.

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California’s Energy Jobs: Feeding the Hungry Economy

Job creation is critical for maintaining a strong and vigorous economy. For job growth and maintenance, California looks to the pillars of its economy: energy, agriculture, entertainment, and technology.  

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Committing to a Cleaner Future in California

Californians want reliable energy, while also working towards a greener future. Learn more about how the energy industry is working to bring efficient and green energy to the state.

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Energy Security = National Security = Economic Security

Learn how global events have impacted the price of oil and gas in America and how we can decrease dependence on foreign oil to create a more stable energy future.

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Investing in Education & Our Community

Industry leaders have a duty to the communities where we operate. We recognize the importance of championing local educational programs, not only with our time, but with millions in annual tax and other financial contributions.

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