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It’s one thing to own your utility and have a commitment to renewable energy, but it’s another thing to deliver. The municipal utility in Palo Alto, CA, set an ambitious target of 33% renewable energy by 2015 and to ultimately deliver a carbon neutral electricity supply. They will reach 48% renewable power in 2017 and met the carbon neutral goal starting last year.
Does blending personalized water consumption data, conservation tips and competitive spirit create the right formula for getting people to use less water? That would be "yes" for the East Bay Municipal Utility District, which announces on Tuesday that participants in a year-long experiment have reduced their water use by an average [...]
Knights of Columbus installed two ‘Keep Christ in Christmas’ banners by New Braunfels Utilities several weeks ago. A spokesperson for the company said they had to remove them cause they contained a ‘religious message’. “Regardless of whether one agrees or disagrees with the message, NBU is a municipal utility and cannot lawfully display a religious …
[...] they share a distinction — they’re still guzzling water as if California isn’t mired in a historic drought. A collective gulp could almost be heard Thursday when the biggest water supplier in the area released its second list of those whose excessive use of the precious liquid prompted penalties. The batch of 1,098 East Bay Municipal Utility District customers who sucked up more than their share during a 60-day billing period this summer was a who’s who of some of the richest people…
The moon rises over an island that has emerged as the water recedes at the Camanche Reservoir April 3, 2015 in Ione, Calif. The reservoir, which is part of the East Bay Municipal Utility District, is currently at about 25 percent of its capacity. Photo: Leah Millis, The Chronicle