On May 15, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa celebrated the launch of the L.A. Department of Water and Power’s Small Business Direct Install (SBDI) … read more.
At a time when there are so few programs that create good career-path jobs, it's exciting to see one that is doing just that. … read more.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) recently released its “Energy Efficiency Portfolio Business Plan” for fiscal years 2012-2014. For the past … read more.
It’s time for California, long a leader in green energy investment, to take another big step forward on the environment and job creation. When Californians … read more.
Last week I stood with hundreds of proud Angelenos outside the Department of Water and Power headquarters in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate a … read more.
(Editor's Note: Living in Los Angeles is a day-to-day experiment requiring patience and improvisational skills. So does governing this sprawling metropolis of 3.8 million people. … read more.
William Anderson knows more than anybody about the negative effects of coal. He’s the Tribal Chairman of the Moapa Band of Paiutes, who occupy … read more.
After a presentation by Climate Resolve on the local impacts of climate change last month, our host, Jonathan Parfrey, jokingly told us that anti-depressants … read more.
In Los Angeles, the reins of power lie in the hands of a very few. By “power” I mean “electricity,” and there are only a … read more.
We all learn many important lessons from our parents. One lesson that I learned from my father was this: If you cut through a pipeline … read more.
(Editor's Note: Thanks to the strong advocacy of the Natural Resources Defense Council and others in the RePower LA coalition, the Los Angeles Department of Water … read more.
A question that is being asked by talking heads on the right-wing yak shows lately is, “Where are all the green jobs?” Well, there … read more.
(In today's Los Angeles Daily News, staff writer Dakota Smith reports on one of the city's most promising initiatives -- an energy efficiency program … read more.
RePower LA’s proposal “appears to be one of those rare public policy ideas that generates not only broad, but enthusiastic support from the … read more.
The Board of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power took a huge step towards a greener, more efficient Los Angeles last Thursday. … read more.