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transforming-the-grid

California's energy system is undergoing a radical transformation driven by disruptive technologies, consumer preferences, and aggressive clean energy policies. The old paradigm of central suppliers serving passive customers is giving way to a more decentralized and digitized system, with modular and smart technologies generating and controlling energy with greater efficiency and higher value.

regional-power-market-west

A Regional Power Market for the West: Risks and Benefits takes a fresh look at the pros and cons of creating a Western regional grid, and illuminates the complexities that have helped stall bills addressing the issue over the past three years. Grid regionalization could change how and where renewables are built, bought and sold, with ramifications for energy markets in California and across the West.

current-state-of-the-california-housing-market

A trio of new studies suggest deepening divisions in California's economy, depending on residents' income and where they live. Some familiar trends continue.

California-Employment-by-Income

A trio of new studies suggest deepening divisions in California's economy, depending on residents' income and where they live. Some familiar trends continue.

california-migration

A trio of new studies suggest deepening divisions in California's economy, depending on residents' income and where they live. Some familiar trends continue.

housing-migration-employment-exec-summary

A trio of new studies suggest deepening divisions in California's economy, depending on residents' income and where they live. Some familiar trends continue.

california-budget-challenge-logo

The challenge continues to have shifted from mitigating deep program cuts and tax increases to making choices that will keep California moving in a positive direction. The state has an astounding $7 billion surplus this year, primarily due to higher-than-expected revenue, and the challenge will be deciding the best way to spend the additional funds.

New analysis of California ZEV market finds state will meet or exceed 1.5 million by 2025 goal, and S-curve adoption is happening but charging infrastructure not keeping pace.

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