Severin Borenstein

UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

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Professor of economics and public policy at the University of California Berkeley's Haas School of Business and Director of the University of California Energy Institute

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Hundreds of thousands of people in Northern California are without electricity right now.

PG&E’s scheduled blackouts generate heavy criticism

Hundreds of thousands of people in Northern California are without electricity right now.

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The price of crude oil has dropped by 50 percent in the past year. Shell won't be exploring for oil in the Arctic Ocean after all.

What's Happened to North America's Oil Boom?

The price of crude oil has dropped by 50 percent in the past year. Shell won't be exploring for oil in the Arctic Ocean after all.

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California homeowners who install solar panels can sell power they don't use back to the utility companies who manage the grid. That can bring the homeowners' bills down to zero.

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California homeowners who install solar panels can sell power they don't use back to the utility companies who manage the grid. That can bring the homeowners' bills down to zero.

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