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Higher temperatures are generating a higher demand for power, making today and tomorrow  Flex Alert  days.

Searing Heat Pushes State Electricity Grid to the Max

Higher temperatures are generating a higher demand for power, making today and tomorrow Flex Alert days.

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State law  requires private utilities to generate 20% of their power from renewable sources by 2010.   The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power  is exempt because it’s  publicly…

Green Power Versus Green Spaces

State law requires private utilities to generate 20% of their power from renewable sources by 2010.  The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is exempt because it’s publicly…

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