California - AB177 - 2013

Renewable energy resources: electrical corporations: procurement plans.

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Added On: 03-30-2013
Updated On: 09-08-2017
Status: Introduced
Primary Sponsor: Rocky Chavez (Republican)





Actions (8)

  • 01-18-2017 - Read first time. To print.
  • 01-19-2017 - From printer. May be heard in committee February 18.
  • 01-30-2017 - Referred to Com. on PUB. S.
  • 02-13-2017 - In committee: Hearing postponed by committee.
  • 02-21-2017 - From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on PUB. S. Read second time and amended.
  • 02-22-2017 - Re-referred to Com. on PUB. S.
  • 02-28-2017 - In committee: Set, first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.
  • 03-14-2017 - In committee: Set, second hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.

News (7)

What Happens When California Meets 33 Percent Renewables Mandate? - Energy Collective
Published by theenergycollective.com
Sun, 09 Jun 2013 14:37:30 GMT

Assembly Bill 177 (AB 177), authored by Assemblyman V. Manuel Perez (D-56th District), describes a new way for California to approach the procurement of renewables like solar, wind and geothermal, along with energy efficiency (EE) tools like demand ... Instead, AB 177 would make it “the policy of the state to require all retail sellers of electricity, including investor-owned electrical corporations and local publicly owned electric utilities, to procure all available cost-effective energy efficiency, demand response, and ...

Bill Would Require Half State's Power be Renewable - KCET
Published by kcet.org
Mon, 10 Jun 2013 22:45:01 GMT

A bill introduced into the California Legislature by an Imperial County Assemblyman would require that all California utilities get 51 percent of their power from renewable sources by 2030. AB 177, introduced by ... The bill is now being considered by the Assembly's Utilities and Commerce Committee. ... In addition to requiring the state be more than half renewably powered by 2030, AB 177 would also give energy efficiency, grid reliability, and the state's greenhouse gas emissions a greater priority in energy planning.

Bill Would Require Half State's Power be Renewable - KCET
Published by kcet.org
Mon, 10 Jun 2013 22:45:01 GMT

A bill introduced into the California Legislature by an Imperial County Assemblyman would require that all California utilities get 51 percent of their power from renewable sources by 2030. AB 177, introduced by ... The bill is now being considered by the Assembly's Utilities and Commerce Committee. ... In addition to requiring the state be more than half renewably powered by 2030, AB 177 would also give energy efficiency, grid reliability, and the state's greenhouse gas emissions a greater priority in energy planning.

Salton Sea Energy Bill by Assemblymember Manuel Pérez Advances - Imperial Valley News
Published by imperialvalleynews.com
Fri, 17 Jan 2014 04:32:26 GMT

Sacramento, California - This week, a Salton Sea energy bill by State Assemblymember V. Manuel Pérez advanced through two Assembly policy committees. AB 177 was heard and amended on Monday in the Assembly Committee on Utilities & Commerce, ...

V. Manuel Pérez's bill sets new green target
Published by mydesert.com
Tue, 11 Jun 2013 02:08:25 GMT

If California is to achieve its ambitious goals for ramping up renewable energy while cutting greenhouse gas emissions, it must revamp its energy planning processes so that renewables, not fossil fuels, become the primary focus, a Coachella Valley assemblyman said.

What Happens When California Meets 33 Percent Renewables Mandate? - Energy Collective
Published by theenergycollective.com
Sun, 09 Jun 2013 16:38:47 GMT

Assembly Bill 177 (AB 177), authored by Assemblyman V. Manuel Perez (D-56th District), describes a new way for California to approach the procurement of renewables like solar, wind and geothermal, along with energy efficiency (EE) tools like demand ... Instead, AB 177 would make it “the policy of the state to require all retail sellers of electricity, including investor-owned electrical corporations and local publicly owned electric utilities, to procure all available cost-effective energy efficiency, demand response, and ...

What Happens When California's 33 Percent Renewables Mandate Is Met? - Greentech Media
Published by greentechmedia.com
Fri, 07 Jun 2013 14:46:33 GMT

Assembly Bill 177 (AB 177), authored by Assemblyman V. Manuel Perez (D-56th District), describes a new way for California to approach the procurement of renewables like solar, wind and geothermal, along with energy efficiency (EE) tools like demand response (DR). “Procurement shall not ... This seems like a new idea but, the bill notes, is “consistent with the loading order adopted by the Energy Commission and the commission which sets forth state policy for preferred resources to meet electrical load needs.” ...