The California Energy Commission expects to get $300 million, from the $787 billion? stimulus signed into law last month, to? “promote [energy] conservation, increase energy efficiency and expand renewable energy in California,” it said in a written statement emailed Tuesday.
The Commission also announced the launch of a stimulus Web site that will allow tax payers to track and have a say on how? stimulus monies are spent. for more, see here.
Last week — as reported by GER — the Commission issued a request for proposal for research in view of constructing a California smart grid. For more on that initiative, see here.