California tops 2020 goal of 33% renewable energy

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:California has passed its 33% renewable energy target two years before the 2020 deadline. The state’s next renewable milestone is at 44% by 2024, a 33% growth in just over five full years.The California Energy Commission estimates that 34% of the state’s retail electricity sales in 2018 were provided by renewable energy sources eligible for its renewable portfolio standard (RPS). This definition notably excludes the state’s large hydroelectric plants.The report notes that in 2018, solar represented the largest portion of renewable generation serving California’s electricity load, at almost 12% of all electricity. Broadly, in the past five years large-scale solar generation has increased nearly five-fold, while behind-the-meter solar resources increased approximately 310%. As well, the state expects it will soon achieve the goal of 1 million solar roofs, with an estimated 958,000 solar systems installed.A total of 19 GWac of solar power has been installed in the state, including behind the meter capacity. In total, the state had installed 30.8 GW of renewable capacity by December 31, 2018.Of interest, large hydroelectric facilities, generally defined as 30 MW or larger, with some exceptions, are not eligible for the RPS in California, therefore generation from large hydroelectric facilities is not included in this calculation. The report notes that in 2017, large hydroelectric represented nearly 15% of California’s electricity generation.More: The Golden State is officially a third renewable, and it’s not stopping there California tops 2020 goal of 33% renewable energylast_img read more

GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NEWS

first_imgThe Seniors get back into league action this Sunday with a trip to face St. Michael’s at The Bridge, throw in 3pm. The Reserves throw-in at 1:30pm. The Reserves opened their league season last Saturday evening with a big win over Kilcar.The Senior Hurlers will take on Setanta in O’Donnell Park in their opening League game this Wednesday, April 10th at 6:30pm, before travelling to MacCumhaills the following week.Best of luck to Caolan, the two Conor’s and Lee as Donegal meet Cavan in the Ulster U21 decider. Best of luck to the Donegal Hurlers that take on Fingal in the Div. 3A Final this weekend.The Minor Boys footballers had a big win over the Gaels last week and followed up with a good away win against N. Colmcille on Friday night to sit at the top of the league with two games left. They are at home to MacCumhaills this Friday night.The Senior Ladies claimed two good wins in the 13-a-side league over the weekend. They defeated Moville on Friday and overcame Termon on Sunday to continue their good start to the season.The U14 Boys footballers were in action on Monday night, with the Div. 1 team defeating N. Mhuire, Convoy at home. They travel to Gaoth Dobhair next Monday. The Div. 2 team travelled to Cloughaneely and came away with a good win and they are at home to Fanad Gaels next week. The Div. 3 team had no game this week and they travel to Castlefin next week to take on Robert Emmett’s. The U14 Hurlers lost by 2 points in a competitive game away to MacCumhaills. The Minor Hurlers also had their first loss of the year to MacCumhaills. The U14 are away to the Gaels this Thursday while the Minor Hurlers are home to Strabane Shamrocks, also on Thursday. U16 and Minor Hurling training continues at 5pm Tuesdays in O’Donnell Park.Three U12 teams travelled to Buncrana on Saturday for an invitation blitz and had some great games with Darragh Ellison picking up the player of the tournament award.The Sunday Morning Football Academy began last Sunday and once again there were great numbers in attendance. The Friday evening Hurling & Camogie Academy gets underway this Friday, April 12th at 6:30pm. New members from all areas of Letterkenny are welcome to join.Cúl Camps will take place in O’Donnell Park this year on July 22nd (football) and August 12th (Hurling).There were 5 winners in this week’s lotto that win €20 each. The numbers drawn were: 13-15-16-22 and the winners are Mark Gilmartin, Glenoughty Close (Adrian); James Friel, Killyclug; John Ellison, Lismonaghan; Tom wherity, Cullion Rd. and Sean O’Kane, Tara Court (all card). Next week’s jackpot is €3,100. GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: April 9th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NEWSlast_img read more